The Frequency Of Urination Has Increased For 1 Year And The Wind Smells Bad?
Hello, I want to ask, I have been experiencing this for a long time, it has been a year, maybe, the examination also does not affect, I don’t know whether the medicine is right or not. The symptom is frequent urination, especially after eating and drinking, a few minutes later (at least 15 minutes after eating) immediately want to urinate. The urine is clear, colorless and plentiful, but within 30 minutes or an hour or two hours later I want to urinate again, the color is the same clear white and a lot, I continue to experience this every time I eat, if I hold it my stomach will hurt, besides that also if every morning, the lower stomach feels choked, even though you don’t eat breakfast or drink, after waking up you definitely want to urinate immediately, the color is clear and a lot as usual, after that one or two hours later, you will feel like urinating then, continued like this until noon, even though his stomach wasn’t filling. Sometimes even when my stomach is very tight, the urine can’t be held back, I always want to defecate too, then I often want to pass gas, and it smells bad, even though in the past I used to fart rarely smelled, is there something wrong with my digestion? There’s a bladder? In the past, I had a bladder infection as a child, but now it’s recurring? I also have vaginal discharge and magh, is it related? I have tested for diabetes, and the results are negative. My body is thin, it is very difficult to raise it, if I skip meals a few times, it will immediately decrease. How? Does the doctor know what pain I am? Which doctor should I go to, is there a solution to help my pain?
Complaints that you experience in the form of increased urination can be caused by:
increased consumption of water or other fluids
a hormonal disorder called diabetes insipidus
disorders of the nerves that regulate the regulation of urination
Smelly (foul) farts can be caused by a disturbance in the digestive tract, for example, intestinal inflammation, parasitic infections or due to certain foods consumed.
These complaints are not directly related to the history of vaginal discharge or ulcers that you have experienced. for more details, you can consult directly with an internal medicine doctor
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