Child Has Difficulty Urinating After 1 Week Of Fever?
Good morning…rnDoc, my son has just had a fever this past week. Pns + colds now, the civil servants have gone down but my child looks like he rarely pees at least 1 day 1 night ad 3 times, it doesn’t seem like he’s peed a lot since Saturday/Sunday kmren.
Urination (BAK) is actually a fluid regulation system in the body whose job is to ensure that the body does not have excess or lack of fluids because both conditions can have adverse clinical consequences. If there is no urination, this condition is usually caused by a lack of fluids in the body, namely dehydration. Dehydration in your child's case can be caused by:
fever or increase in body temperature, loose stools (diarrhea) lack of daily fluid intake, diabetes insipidus, side effects of certain drugs, not urinating, can also be caused by an unopened urinary tract, namely in the sphincter of the muscle, so that a catheter is usually required , but it must also be ensured that this condition does not originate from scar tissue in the urinary tract. In addition to providing fluid intake, it is important for you to take your child to the doctor to be examined directly regarding the condition of not being able to urinate. Here we attach an article about difficult urination. Hope it is useful.
dr. N. K. Arief