Pain In The Genitals When Urinating?
I want to ask, my husband has almost a week every urination always sick.
Your thyroid pain does not seem to be related to pain during urination experienced by your husband.
Pain in urinating your husband can be caused by infection, stones in the urinary tract / kidney, obstruction in the urinary tract or ureteral / kidney tract. If the complaints that your husband feels have been experienced for 1 week or more and do not improve, you should advise him to see a doctor. You should accompany your husband, in order to get a detailed and complete explanation according to your husband's condition. Problems in the urinary tract and kidneys are usually more often experienced by people who experience risk factors such as having sexually transmitted diseases that are not treated, irritation after actions related to the urinary tract, taking drugs that irritate the urinary tract, have urinary tract abnormalities, and have decreased immune system.
While at home, do the following things so that in the future your husband does not experience urinary tract complaints:
For the time being, avoid drinks that can irritate the urinary tract such as soft drinks that contain oranges, caffeinated and alcoholic. Drink enough water (1.5-2 liters a day). Urinate after sexual intercourse / activity. Clean the genitals regularly, especially when bathing.
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