Frequent urination, painful urination, endless urination, and difficulty in urinating.

Urinary tract infection is really a headache.

Originally, the process of releasing freely became laborious and painful, and going to the toilet was as painful as punishment.

Everything is not going well, even urinating is not going well, why can’t people do this [urinating] comfortably? Is this [urinary tract infection] a what situation?

Will urinary tract infection affect how?

Urinary tract infection refers to the inflammatory reaction produced by pathogenic bacteria invading the urinary system. It is the general name of infection in kidney, ureter, bladder, urethra and other parts, also known as urinary system infection.

Generally speaking, there are the following symptoms.

    Frequent urination: Severe patients urinate once a few minutes, day and night. Urination: I feel that I have come, but I can’t stop it. I can’t stop looking for a toilet. Urination pain: urethra burning pain, stabbing pain, distending pain, that feeling, ah… Urination is endless: I can’t urinate, how do I feel that bladder is still reserved?

In addition, there will be discomfort in the lower abdomen or perineum, distending pain in one or both sides of the waist. Generally speaking, the body temperature is normal or mild fever. Sometimes it will be accompanied by hematuria or urinary incontinence. If it progresses to more severe kidney inflammation, it will be accompanied by fever, severe back pain or lumbago.

Why is urinary tract infection?

Because pathogenic bacteria enter the urination channel, they multiply in large numbers and make waves.

The main routes of infection for these pathogenic small things are ascending infection and blood infection.

The former refers to the pathogenic microorganisms that pass through the urethra, go up all the way, enter the bladder, and even spread to the kidney along the ureter, and become inflamed.

The latter is relatively rare and often occurs when the body’s immune function is low. Pathogenic bacteria spread to the urinary system through blood, causing infection.

For women

Urinary tract infections once or twice a year may be normal.

This is caused by the physiological structure of the female genitourinary system. The female urethra is very close to the vagina and anus and is vulnerable to the invasion of pathogenic bacteria in the vagina and anus. In addition, the characteristics of the female urethra are just like the ball path of Chinese table tennis-short and straight, and bacteria can reach the bladder and kidney relatively easily.

For men

Because of the longer urethra, the probability of urinary tract infection caused by pathogenic bacteria is relatively small. However, don’t be happy too early. Once urinary tract infection occurs in young men, it usually indicates that there may be more serious diseases, such as bladder emptying dysfunction and urinary system obstruction.

Both men and women

It should also be emphasized here-unclean sexual behavior is the most common cause of urinary tract infection.

Sexual behavior is the most common way that the urethra is exposed to a large number of bacteria. Pathogenic bacteria can invade the urinary channel through genitals, anus, partner’s mouth or toys (covering your face and floating across …). More frequent sexual behavior increases the possibility of urinary tract infection.

There is a saying called [honeymoon urinary tract infection]. The name is sweet and lovely, but the pain of the lower body has not decreased at all.

What about urinary tract infection?

Go to the hospital, see a doctor.

Don’t look at the content of the previous subtitle, I made my own diagnosis, prescribed a prescription, bought [anti-inflammatory drugs] and ate them all.

On the one hand, there are strict guidelines for the types of antibiotics and the course of treatment. On the other hand, other diseases also have clinical symptoms similar to urinary tract infection. Some conditions that you think may be urinary tract infection are likely to be other diseases, such as pelvic floor dysfunction, kidney stones or overactive bladder.

Therefore, even if the symptoms are not serious, it is better to visit the doctor to see if there is a what problem and listen to the doctor’s advice.

How to prevent it?

Of course, it is to form good hygiene habits.

    After defecation, use the correct wiping method. The defense of urethra, vagina and anus against pathogenic bacteria increases in turn. And the cleanliness decreases in turn, Therefore, when wiping (especially for women), It should be wiped from the front. After the campaign is over, Don’t sit directly on clothes soaked with sweat. A warm, sweat-soaked environment is a hotbed of bacteria. May cause urinary tract infection. Don’t hold your urine, Drink plenty of water. Increase urination, Urine flow to flush the urethra helps prevent urethritis. After urinary tract infection, Sufficient water intake can also help relieve symptoms. Pay attention to hygiene during sexual life. Learn and get used to using condoms and other protective measures. Remember to treat one partner’s infectious diseases in time. Change underpants frequently. Elasticity is appropriate, fabric is comfortable, breathable and sweat-absorbing is preferred. If there is vulva discomfort, see a doctor in time.

I hope the above content can be helpful to you. Knowing that it is what, why and how to do it, you can avoid the occurrence of urinary tract infection as much as possible, and even if it happens, you know where to resolve it.

Knowing the enemy and yourself is easy.

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