Causes Of Painful Urination In Men?
Good evening doctor. I want to ask a doctor. My parents are sick, the pain is difficult to urinate. I have already checked parents to a large hospital in my area. Less than 5 days inpatient in the hospital. my parents, he said dysentery. I was less satisfied than the results of the doctor who treated my parents. after I brought my parents home. I brought my parents again for ultrasound. the new one grew up. the disease that was experienced by my parents, the complaints were upstream, bring the pain, the pain was not restrained. was that the prostate disease. I really beg for guidance and direction from the doctor. before I say thousands
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We understand the concerns that you feel
Pain in urinating in men can be caused by various causes, including:
Prostate enlargement (benign prostatic hyperplasia / BPH)
Urinary tract stones
Urinary tract infection
To find out more precisely related to the cause, further tests are needed with medical interviews related to symptoms, physical examination and support such as blood tests, urine tests, blood tests, ultrasound, x-rays, biopsies to CT scans
If indeed the results of the examination lead to prostate enlargement, then some of the symptoms that are often encountered include:
Urine is difficult, especially at the beginning
The urine is weak and stagnates
Can not completely do BAK
Need to push so that urine can come out
Frequent urination at night
Urinary incontinence / difficulty keeping urinating
Prostate enlargement is treated based on the severity. If it is still mild, the patient generally gets enough medication and lifestyle changes. However, if the severity is moderate, surgical treatment is recommended. Drug therapy can be obtained based on advice from a doctor. These drugs generally do not relieve symptoms but can help reduce the size of an enlarged prostate.
Associated with complaints of heartburn and pain in the lower abdomen, this can be related to the difficult symptoms of urinating that are experienced by your father. Urinary tract stones, urinary tract infections, infections of the prostate can also cause pain in the area.
However, some diseases that can cause heartburn can also be caused by disorders of the stomach such as gastritis / gastritis, GERD / stomach acid disease, dyspepsia, peptic ulcers. These conditions can be affected due to poor food consumption, consumption of pain relievers, stress, cigarettes.
To find out more clearly related complaints to your father, we recommend further examination to the nearest doctor in order to do a thorough evaluation.
Do not worry, make healthier lifestyle changes, do not delay to urinating, consume healthy and nutritious food, increase fluid consumption, do not consume cold medicines that contain decongestants or antihistamines which can aggravate symptoms.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps