There Is A Lump In The Bladder, When Pressed It Hurts?
Ma’am, why do I have a lump in my bladder, when I press it hurts, but if I leave it, it doesn’t hurt and it’s normal for me
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The bladder is one of the internal organs that enter the urinary tract. After urine is produced in the kidneys, it will flow through a channel called the ureter into the bladder, and be stored before finally being excreted through a channel called the urethra, both in men and women. The image below shows the position of the bladder in men called bladder in English.
Regarding your question, you can see that in front of the bladder / bladder there are still pubic bones, and fatty tissue, connective tissue and thick skin. So that the lump in the bladder will generally not be known from the outside. Complaints that you submit, more likely if there are lumps in the bladder area than in the bladder itself. If so, the possibilities are:
Bacterial infection of the skin
Infection in the hair follicle
Hernia or organ discharge from its original place, generally in the form of intestine
Abnormal fat tissue growth
Or it could be other possibilities depending on the results of the examination. Our advice, because there are still potential misunderstandings about your main complaint, you should check your condition with a general practitioner first. In order to be ascertained through a history, direct physical examination and support such as ultrasound or x-rays if necessary, about the tendency of your condition and the best treatment, including if it turns out you need to be referred to a specialist.
Meanwhile, avoid sexual intercourse, do not use pants and underpants that are too tight, do not squeeze or squeeze the lump, do not lift heavy loads, and check yourself immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.