Impact For Sufferers Of Bladder Stone Disease?
Good evening, I want to ask, if for example the intensity of our urination more often, is that good news or bad news for sufferers of bladder stone huh? And what are the characteristics if things like our condition are getting better huh? Thank you for your help
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First, of course, you need to make sure in advance how big the stones are in your bladder and what therapies you have been through. If you have a small stone (less than 5 mm / 0.5 cm), then the stone can usually come out on its own without the need for any therapy. If the size is bigger than that, then the possibility of the stone will not come out on its own and requires therapy to be able to improve.
Symptoms of frequent urination is one of the symptoms of stones in the bladder. Stones can clog the urinary tract out of the bladder so that sufferers of bladder stones often do not feel loose when urinating (not all urine comes out when urinating) and become more frequent urination. Frequent urination can also occur if you increase the amount of your drink to help release the bladder stones that are small in size. In this case, the symptoms of frequent urination do not indicate whether your illness is improving or not.
Basically there are no specific characteristics that indicate the condition of bladder stones getting better. If the stone is large, you will need treatment and removal of stones (or it could be recommended for surgery), and also need control back to your urologist to find out if the stone has come out all or not. If your stone is small, it can be seen whether your urinary symptoms have diminished or not. For example before you suffer from urinating that is not smooth or does not come out, or if you have previously experienced no urine, pain when urinating, bloody urine, whether now these symptoms have improved. If not, then you can continue the therapy recommended by your doctor (drink plenty of fluids) to help release stones or return control to your urologist. If it has improved, then maybe the stone has come out.
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