Pain When Urinating In Children Aged 4 Years?
..your girl is 4thn..this week if I have to pee it hurts while I want to pee for a while and then hold hands
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Your child's condition can mean many things, even though the biggest possibility is an infection in the urinary tract. Urinary tract infections are a condition that often occurs in children, especially girls.
This is because children are still not able to maintain the cleanliness of their genitals as well as teenagers or adults, children have a tendency to resist urination which can trigger infection, and women as a whole have shorter urinary tracts than men. So if the male bacteria can still be driven by urine before infecting, in women because the channel is short, the infection occurs more quickly. Among the symptoms of urinary tract infections are feelings of indistinct or dissatisfied when urinating, increased frequency of urination, pain when urinating, and pain in the lower abdomen.
Our advice, to better ensure this condition, consult your child to the pediatrician. It is important to distinguish the condition that your child is experiencing with other conditions that are less frequent such as kidney infections, bacterial or viral infections of the skin, skin irritation and so forth. Even if it is diagnosed with a urinary tract infection, the treatment is in the form of antibiotics that should not be bought without a prescription and doctor's supervision.
Meanwhile, persuade your child to consume more water, help him to better maintain the cleanliness of his genitals, clean his genitals from front to back and not vice versa, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.