The Association Often Holds Pee With Urinary Tract Infections?
Hello doctor, I want to ask about the mcu test again, yesterday I was called from my company but there was a problem with the urine test, because my urine test had an infection and often held urine, why did I get infected because all this time I was just healthy, and can i ask you for some tips so i can pass another urine test? thank you doctor …
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The habit of holding back urination in women is very easy for urinary tract infections to occur. As is well known, urine contains waste products from metabolism. The urine also contains many microorganisms that should be excreted from the body. The habit of holding back urination can make these microorganisms settle and reproduce fertile, which can lead to infection. The risk of this infection can also be increased by other factors such as:
Poor hygiene of intimate organs. Use of vaginal care products that are not appropriate, which can interfere with vaginal acidity. Poor resistance to sexual activity. Unhealthy sexual activity. Use of certain types of contraception, such as diaphragms or spermicides. Hormonal changes, for example during pregnancy or after menopause. Anatomical abnormalities urinary tract from birth Urinary tract stones History of undergoing certain urinary tract procedures, for example catheter insertion, urinary tract surgery, etc. These urinary tract infections can occur from the outer urinary tract, namely the urethra and bladder, but can also go up to the channel upper urine, down to the kidneys. This condition needs to be examined directly by a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that it can be evaluated for its severity and cause. What treatment will be given will vary depending on the severity of the infection, the cause of the infection, and your overall health condition.
In the meantime, what you should do to speed up the healing of urinary tract infections and also prevent recurrences are:
Take better care of the cleanliness of your sex organs, including by using good quality water when cleaning the genitals after defecating and after having sex Do not have sex with people who have no clear sexual history Faithful to 1 sexual partner Do not use intimate organ care products that have the potential to trigger irritation and also change the acidity of the vagina, for example, vaginal scent soap, pantyliners, vaginal spas. Didn't use contraception, such as diaphragms or spermicides to prevent pregnancy. Drink 2 to 3 liters of water a day. Don't get used to holding back urination. Change your underwear periodically. Maintain endurance with rest, exercise, and eating nutritious food In connection with your question, what should be done so that you can pass a urine test at a later date, of course this can vary depending on the type of examination being carried out and how the policies of the organizing institution the examination. Therefore, it is more appropriate if you consult this directly with the doctor who examined you.
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