How To Deal With Urinary Retention In New Mothers?
Hello, how do you treat urine retention for new births?
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Urinary retention is a disorder in the bladder making it difficult to expel or empty the urine. The main causes of urinary retention are blockage of the lower urinary tract or nervous system disorders. This also sometimes occurs 6 hours after delivery due to trauma to the urinary tract during labor which results in irritation and swollen edema, decreased muscle tone, and psychological disturbances due to fear of stitches in the birth canal to feel painful or open which causes spasm of the spasm in the channel piss.
Symptoms that can accompany urinary retention in addition to difficult urinating are straining when urinating, not strong emission, discomfort in the pubic area and a feeling of fullness in the pubic bone. If this has been going on for a long time, and it interferes with your activities, I suggest that you consult directly with a general practitioner or urologist, so that a thorough examination can be carried out, such as questions and answers, physical examination of the bladder area to the genital organs, supporting examinations , such as urine tests, kidney function, blood tests, ultrasound, or X-rays so that treatment can be given according to your diagnosis.
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