The Solution To Overcoming Often Urinating And Holding Back Pee?
Tonight, greetings. I want to ask, I’m 17 years old. I was a habit of holding back pee, but until now I feel that my muscles are weak and cannot hold pee for urgent purposes. At present, I urinate 10x more a day, every time I want to pee, I feel like throwing right away, to walk to the toilet I can’t, until the urine comes out a little. Likewise at night I often wet the bed, because I can’t feel like pee when I sleep, I always dream of wc wanting to pee, after pee, it turns out that pee really is in the bed. I was depressed, I had checked out the disease and was referred to the most complete hospital in my city in 2018, there I was told to test urine results + bacteria, I was diagnosed with urinary tract infections, after that I was only given antibiotics, and after the medicine finished, the pee was reduced a little but until now. I want to ask, I have symptoms? If UTI is really the cure? I have a habit to urinate often from a child, until now I am 17. Please explain thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Urinary tract infection (UTI) is indeed one of the diseases whose symptoms are making a person urinate more often. Besides UTI, other conditions that also have similar symptoms are kidney stones, urinary tract stones, diabetes, anxiety, sexually transmitted infections, habits of consuming foods or drinks that can trigger urination such as coffee and tea, the presence of urinary tract narrowing to the presence of tumors or cancer. So with so many possibilities, to be able to ascertain which you really experience, it must be done direct examination.
In addition, it actually needs to be ascertained whether your problem is just wanting to urinate repeatedly, or can't resist urination, because the two symptoms are two different symptoms. If you just want to urinate repeatedly, the person who is still able to hold it. But if you can't hold urination, maybe your urinary urge is rare, but even in rare moments he can't.
From your story, in fact you are more inclined to this condition than the symptoms of frequent urination. The term of this condition is urinary incontinence or urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence can be caused by something entirely different from an increase in urinary frequency, such as spinal cord injury, prostate disorders in men, stroke and other nerve disorders.
Our advice, to rectify this, you should check your condition directly with a urologist, a specialist who really specializes in urinary competence. The doctor will do a history, physical examination and possibly support to get a clearer picture of your condition. That way, misunderstandings can be avoided, the diagnosis can be more precise, and handling it too.
Meanwhile, no need to worry too much, avoid the consumption of coffee and tea, reduce the consumption of water especially when going to sleep or will do something important about 2 hours before, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.