Can Not Urinate After A Normal Childbirth?
..mhon bnt bothSdh 3 weeks I removed ank 1. But I have not been able to do it as much as I do (not pee out). psg off the status in RSU. Also at USU on USG brkli2 u0026amp; my doctoral doctrine of SP.OG I had urinary retention. I tried not to check 1heter but could not use it anymore. Finally, I was transferred from the medical environment to medical rehab. Mlahan now my stomach is so bwh i can really sick like right now when there is rsa want to dispose of urinating. But it still doesn’t come out like urine. Is there any alternative treatment, my agr is getting better soon b00 BAK is normal again? Obt dri RSU u0026amp; herbal I have been drinking but not really able to do it. I have consulted a doctor so that I can give it a very good remedy for my health. Thank you ..
Hello Sis, thank you for asking.
Not able to urinate after a normal childbirth is called postpartum anuria. This incident is quite often experienced by women after childbirth. The causes can include psychological (due to fear because there are stitches in the perineum), mechanics (such as a long and difficult childbirth, or a large baby), and neurological (nerve disorders in the bladder). Anuria is usually diagnosed if a person cannot urinate after 6 hours postpartum, a person cannot complete urinating (urinating urinary tract, urinating in the bladder after urination), or someone wants to urinate but cannot require a catheter after 24 hours postpartum and when the catheter is put out more than 500 ml of urine.
This condition must be treated immediately by installing a catheter and bladder training because it risks causing permanent damage to the bladder muscle. In addition, high levels of the hormone progesterone in pregnancy and early birth can change the function of the bladder muscles. Dehydration can also cause BAK unable. Other possible causes are bladder nerve damage or kidney function damage (acute kidney failure).
This condition generally requires a long catheter placement accompanied by therapy of nerves and muscles. You should control the neurologist and internal medicine. Your doctor may need to check your kidney function. In the meantime, you should still drink enough water to make enough urine and urge to urinate.
For our information, hopefully you can find a solution soon. Regards.