Side Effects Of Holding Back Urination?
Good morning, DokDari, for the first time I had my period, the date was always regular. Only this time, still H-9 menstruation but bleeding. But little and not every day. After I remembered, blood came out every time I finished urinating that I had held before. After urinating, my stomach hurts a lot. Some months ago I was suffering from a urinary tract infection, is this still in the disease?
Hello Putri, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Previously you have to understand is the urinary tract, and menstrual / vaginal blood discharge are two different channels. So that the possibility of your two complaints such as pain BAK (urination) accompanied by blood and menstrual cycle disorders are not related to each other.
I will discuss about menstrual disorders that occur in you. The normal menstrual skilus is once every 21 - 35 days. Various types of menstrual disorders:
Amenorrhoea.- It is said that secondary amenorrhoea does not menstruate for 3 consecutive months. Dysmenorrhoea. - pain during menstruation. Menorraghia.- Excessive menstrual blood, or more than 7 days. Oligomenorea. - her menstrual cycle is more than 35-90 days or menstruated less than 8-9 times in a period of a year. There is a need to count your menstrual cycle again if not less than 21 / more than 35 days is normal. Usually mild menstrual disorders can be influenced by stress. While severe disorders are usually caused by hormonal disorders.
The second complaint that you experience is pain when urinating and there are blood spots on your urine you may have a urinary tract infection / UTI. The urinary tract includes orgasm, ureter, bladder and urethra. This disease is often experienced by women because female urethral organs are shorter than men. Symptoms can vary such as fever, urinating pain, spotting of blood in the urine, etc. Medications can use antibiotics and pain relievers.
Right now what you can do is:
Re-evaluate your menstrual cycle. Avoid holding back the urine because it can cause inflammation of the urinary tract. Drink enough 2 - 2.5 L per day for your kidney health. Avoid smoking and alcohol. Enter the area of womanhood before and after sexual intercourse. Rinse from the front (vagina) to the back (anus) to prevent the infection from rising into the aretra. Consult a doctor if the complaint gets worse. That's all my answer, thank you very much :)