Martubation Causes The Release Of Urine Little By Little?
I do martubation quite often, but after martubating, the next day urine often comes out little by little. Is that the effect of martubation? Caused by what and please explain. Thank you
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The habit of masturbating when done excessively is not recommended. This can cause irritation and infection in your reproductive organs. Infections in these reproductive organs can also indirectly spread to the urinary tract. Because, in men, the hole where the urine comes out is the same as the hole where the ejaculate fluid comes out.
Urine that comes out a little bit uncontrollably as you are experiencing could be a sign of a urinary tract infection (UTI). This infection is the most common cause of bacteria that are on the outside of the genitals or also the anus. This condition is actually more often experienced by women because the location of the urinary hole is close to the bladder. However, that does not mean that men cannot experience UTIs. If masturbation is done using hands or sex toys that are of questionable cleanliness, then the bacteria that cause infection can enter and infect your urinary tract. This condition can also be triggered by risky sexual behavior (eg changing sexual partners, having sex with people whose sexual history is not known clearly, and also not using condoms). In addition, the risk of UTI is also increased if you have poor intimate hygiene, impaired immunity, or have undergone certain medical procedures, such as urinary catheter insertion.
In addition to UTIs, it could also be that the complaints you are experiencing are due to other causes, such as overactive bladder, cystitis (bladder infection), bladder stones, kidney stones, kidney infections, bladder cancer, lack of drinking, drinking too much, consuming alcohol or drinking too much alcohol. excessive caffeine, diabetes, prostate enlargement (eg due to benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatitis, prostate cancer), and so on.
You can consult directly with a doctor at the nearest health facility to determine the cause of your complaint. If needed, the doctor can also refer you to a urological surgeon for further tests, such as urine tests, ultrasound, x-rays, and so on.
In the meantime, stop the habit of masturbation first. Avoid the habit of holding back urine and make sure your genitals are always clean and dry. Avoid casual sex, drink enough fluids (1.5 to 2 liters per day), limit caffeine, and avoid alcohol.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah