Pain And Having To Push When Urinating In Prostate Patients?
….. I want to ask .. my father got prostate when he was still using the catheter tube his urine passed outside the hole a little … urine did not come out on its own but had to strain and hurt … until sweat came out …. how the solution huh…to get rid of that pain?? mksh
Previously did you mean prostate enlargement or BPH?
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) or benign enlargement of the prostate is a condition in which there is swelling but is not cancerous. The prostate gland is a small gland located in the pelvic cavity between the bladder and the penis. BPH itself is a condition that is often experienced by men over the age of 50.
The symptoms that are generally experienced in someone who has BPH include the feeling of always wanting to urinate, especially at night, having difficulty urinating, straining when urinating, stuttering urine flow, passing urine accompanied by blood and a sense of incompleteness. after urinating.
Given that your father has now been diagnosed with BPH and complains of pain that is unbearable when urinating, it is best if you bring your father to consult directly with the doctor or the nearest hospital. And for temporary treatment to help reduce pain complaints, your father can take pain relievers such as paracetamol.
Checking directly with a doctor can also prevent complications in BPH such as the inability of the bladder to empty urine, urinary tract infections, inability to urinate and other complications.
Here's an article you can read about benign-prostatic-hyperplasia
Thus the information that we can convey, hopefully this information can be useful to resolve your complaint.
Dr. Taneya Putri Zahra