The Cause Of Pain When Urinating And White Stools?
My sister had an accident. And he peed through the catheter. But every time he wanted to pee he complained of pain, it was hard to pee out. Then the pee that comes out has white feces. Indeed, on his penis there was an internal wound due to an accident, and recently he felt pain when urinating. Previously he urinated smoothly. That’s why “why? And what is the solution to make the pee smooth again? R nThank you in advance.
Hello, Rezky Ainnaya, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
A urinary catheter is a type of tube that is inserted into the urethra to help someone who has difficulty urinating, or as an aid to monitor the urine volume of certain patients. When a person uses a catheter to urinate, it is attached from the end of the urethra (in men from the tip of the penis) to the bladder, where urine collects before it is excreted through the urethra. So, when someone who uses the catheter has enough urine production in the bladder, the urine will automatically come out automatically with the help of the catheter tube.
If someone with a catheter has pain in their genitals, some of the possible causes are:
1. There is injury / irritation to the urethra or penis, it could be due to an accident, injury to the catheter insertion.
2. There is a urinary tract infection.
3. There is narrowing of the urethra (urethra) or urethral stricture.
4. Psychological influence because there is a block in the genitals.
Check with the treating doctor to determine the cause, especially if the pain is getting worse, there is fever, back pain, discharge other than urine or semen (for example, yellow pus, green, or blood), itching, or there is a lump on the genitals . The doctor will perform a physical examination and any necessary investigations, such as a urine analysis, x-rays for the urinary tract, or a small camera inserted to examine the bladder and urethra (cystoscopy). Treatment depends on the cause. However, to reduce the severity and relieve symptoms, you can do the following things:
1. Change the catheter / control tube according to the doctor's recommendation. The urinary catheter tube should be changed regularly to prevent urinary tract infections.
2. Drink lots of water.
3. Take paracetamol to reduce pain.
4. Keep the genital area clean.
5. Not pulling or tampering with the catheter without medical personnel.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
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