The Urethra Still Feels Sore 7 Weeks After Giving Birth?
I want to ask, I already know 7 weeks after giving birth, but how come my urinary tract feels sore just a moment and after BAK, is that reasonable ??
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Urinary tract pain after childbirth is a normal complaint experienced by mothers who go through labor. This condition can occur due to normal labor or labor. However, in general, complaints of pain when urinating will improve after a few days, or after the mobilization of the mother increases again and the process of wound recovery after labor has healed. Thus, if complaints of pain in the urinary tract experience recurring complaints or do not get better, it is necessary to consider several conditions below, such as:
1. urinary tract infections
2. irritation of the bladder, ureteral stones
3. injury to the urethra
4. vaginal infections or infections that cause vaginal discharge
5. wounds after surgery on the female area that has not healed
In connection with your question, please note complaints of pain when urination occurs recurrence or whether continuously since delivery and has not healed after 7 weeks? this is related to the evaluation after delivery and the possible causes.
If the complaint is recurrence or recurrence, then complaints of pain during urinating may be caused by urinary tract infections. This condition can be caused by suboptimal consumption of water and bacterial contamination in your urinary tract.
Whereas if this complaint occurs after childbirth and has never healed, then this condition may be caused by injury to the urethra or other medical conditions, such as urinary stones.
Because this condition is already bothering you, and to determine the cause, you should consult directly with your obstetrician for further examination and evaluation related to this complaint. Physical examination and support can be done to help determine the cause. Treatment will be given based on the examination results obtained.
For now, multiply water, and avoid holding urination when there is stimulation for micturition.
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