CHAPTER In A Day More Than 10x, Is That Dangerous ??
afternoon doctor, I want to ask my grandmother she is approximately 65 years old, good condition, can walk, can stand, eat more than 3 times a day, whatever snacks too mw, basically when for food there is never any restrictions, which I want to ask lately he often in and out of the bathroom in a day more than 10x (for pees and chapters), sometimes the pee hasn’t even reached the bathroom already pee on the road, the meal hasn’t finished to the bathroom, the HBs lapse of a few minutes to the bath again, and so on for some of these days, but he has no weakness, no signs of illness, is that dangerous doctor, and whether the chapter was eating too often / snacking, mhon help explanation yes doctor, thank you.
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Frequent urination (BAK) and frequent bowel movements (BAB) that occur together in the elderly may occur due to various factors, can be interrelated, or may not.
Some types of food and drinks are known to be able to trigger an increase in the frequency of bowel movements and urinating. In addition, nerve disorders around the anus and genitals that are affected by age can also trigger complaints like this. This nerve disorder can also occur due to other triggers, such as injuries around the coccyx, stroke, multiple sclerosis, nerve clamps, and so on.
Not only that, several other types of penyakin can also cause frequent bowel movements and urinating, including:
Common causes of urinating: urinary tract infections, overactive bladder, urinary tract stones, cystitis, bladder cancer, stones or kidney infections, diabetes, mental disorders, drug side effects
Common causes of bowel movements: gastrointestinal infections, food allergies, intolerance or malabsorption, food poisoning, intestinal inflammation, irritable bowel syndrome, mental disorders, side effects of drugs, infections of other organ systems, etc.
Our advice, given his old condition, you better check with him directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine, yes. A thorough neurological examination is accompanied by several supporting tests, such as laboratory, ultrasound, x-rays, etc. doctors can do before giving the best treatment .
For now, what your grandma should do:
Drink enough (don't overdo it), especially water
Limit consumption of foods high in salt, sweet foods
Expand to eat foods that are easily digested
Do not consume foods that are not cooked or hygienically processed
Improve personal hygiene, including sex organs
Not taking drugs carelessly
Hope this helps ...