Pain When Urinating After Receding Uterus Decreases?

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Good night, I want to ask a question so last week I got a massage because my uterus dropped and I urinated so the pain was sorted a little better then it took a long time to pee so it always hurts and the urine smells unusual, for a way not to get sick and come back how is it normal?

1 Answer:

Hi Yessy,


Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.

It needs to be clarified, what kind of symptoms do you mean by the uterine descending? Have lumps appeared from your birth canal?


A descending uterus in the medical realm is called uterine prolapse. This condition can occur due to the weakness of the pelvic wall which should support the uterus to hold in its position. The causes of this condition can be many, ranging from pregnancy, difficulty in childbirth, decreased estrogen hormone, constipation or chronic cough, frequent lifting of heavy objects, and so on. The lowered uterus can cause a full sensation or a drop around the pelvis, a flesh-like mass that comes out of the birth canal, urination problems (can urinate or urinate not smoothly), constipation, disturbances in sexual intercourse, and so on. . Is it true that you are experiencing this condition?


In most cases, the "descending uterus" that the layman buzzes does not necessarily refer to uterine prolapse. This term is often confused with discomfort in the lower abdomen, although this condition is not always associated with uterine prolapse. Discomfort in the lower abdomen, along with painful urination, and urine that smells bad are most likely due to a urinary tract infection. This infection is more susceptible to women because the distance between the urethra and the vagina and anus is closer so that bacteria can more easily enter and infect the urinary tract. This risk is also exacerbated by poor personal hygiene, unhealthy sexual behavior, poor immune system, hormonal imbalances, or irritation of the reproductive organs, for example due to the use of inappropriate vaginal care products.


In addition to urinary tract infections, the complaints you experience can also be caused by sexually transmitted diseases, cystitis (inflammation of the bladder), urinary tract stones, pelvic inflammation, bladder cancer, and fistulas that connect the bladder to other organs, for example the rectum, anus. , or vagina.


You should check your complaint directly to the doctor to clarify it. The doctor can also suggest that you undergo urine tests, blood tests, X-rays and ultrasounds to determine the best treatment.


In the meantime, you should stop massaging the sore stomach area excessively. The stomach, in contrast to other parts of the body which is protected by bone, is protected only by a relatively thin layer of fat and muscle. Excessive massaging of the abdominal area without a proper anatomical and physiological basis, pinching the internal organs has the risk of causing injury which can be fatal. Get plenty of rest, just drink 8-10 glasses per day, and always keep your intimate organs well clean. Stay away from all forms of unhealthy sexual behavior, namely changing partners or having sex with people with no clear sexual history, and avoid using inappropriate vaginal care products (for example, vaginal fragrances, vaginal spas).


Hope it helps ..

dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah

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