The Cause Of Dust Is Like Sand When It Is BAK?
Mlam, I want to ask, when I find water, how come there is dust.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Beforehand we need to make sure whether you mean fine dust such as those on the top of a cupboard or display, or more on the sand, because if you mean fine dust, a more in-depth examination is needed, perhaps with your help documenting the time when the dust came out to show to the doctor directly.
However, if what is meant is like sand or gravel, this is often caused by stones in the urinary tract, which can be kidney stones, or bladder stones. Both of these conditions occur due to a buildup of certain substances in the urinary tract which then cause stones and other symptoms such as pain when urinating, discomfort in the lower abdomen, feeling like always wanting to pass urine, and so on.
Among the factors that increase the risk of stones in the urinary tract are:
A diet high in sugar, salt, or fat, and low intake of vitamins A and B Less consumption of mineral water Too much consumption of foods containing protein Have had an infection of the urinary tract or kidneys Have had surgery on the digestive system Side effects of drugs History of similar complaints on family Routine consumption of supplements containing calcium Urinary tract structural disorders such as sac formation, prostate enlargement, and bladder nerve damage
So to avoid misunderstanding, we think it is important for you to consult a urologist or urinary tract specialist. As we said earlier, it would be better if you could bring the dust you mean if it is solid and big enough to carry, or make a video or photo explaining the condition you are referring to for the benefit of your doctor's diagnosis and to make communication easier. If it is actually a rock, handling will vary depending on its position, size, constituent composition and quantity.
Meanwhile, our advice is to consume more water, keep your genital area clean, avoid holding back the urge to urinate, and avoid taking drugs without a doctor's recommendation. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa