The Cause Of Pain When Urinating Accompanied By Any Sense Of Excitement?
Hello, I want to ask, I just got married, I have been walking for 2 months, I find it strange to urinate too fast when I urinate, it doesn’t hurt, but after I want to finish urinating, it hurts, why? Anyang usually pees a little, but this is a lot.
Thank you for the question.
Urinating too fast, the pain after urinating, can be caused by several things, depending on the characteristics of your other complaints, such as since when the complaint appeared, whether accompanied by pain in other parts such as the waist, lower abdomen, or parts genitalia, whether accompanied by other symptoms such as fever, abnormal discharge, vaginal pain during intercourse, the presence of injuries to the sex organs, history of sexual intercourse, history of previous illnesses, and history of treatment.
In general, the following are possible complaints of urination that you have:
Urinary tract infection.
Urinary tract stones.
Sexually transmitted infections.
So, it helps you see a doctor, especially if the complaint is accompanied by fever and severe pain. This is usually influenced by the cleanliness of sex organs and also a history of diet and fluid intake. The doctor will evaluate your complaint, carry out a physical examination, and conduct investigations if needed such as blood tests, urine tests, and abdominal ultrasound, so that the doctor can handle according to the cause of your complaint. In the meantime, here's what you can do as a treatment at home:
Take pain relievers such as paracetamol if pain is felt continuously.
Sufficient nutrition and adequate fluids, drink 2-3L of water per day.
Maintain cleanliness of sex organs, such as changing panties regularly, cleaning from front to back, and avoid washing the sex organs with soap, just with running water.
Temporarily reduce sexual intercourse, or use a condom, and ask if your husband has the same complaint.
Hopefully this information can help and hopefully get well soon.