Urinary Tract Infection?
Hello, I want to ask about the problem of isk disease. I am a man of 26 years old. Is there an illness that can occur if all ten bacteria that cause isch are gone?
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Basically, urinary tract infections are very rare in adult men. Some risk factors that can cause urinary tract infections in adult men include:
there is a blockage in the urethra, for example due to ureteral stones, prostate enlargement, tumors in the urethra immobilization for a long time dehydration surgery on the urinary tract diabetes incontinence alvi (feces out of itself unnoticed) anal sex sexually transmitted infections such as gonorrhea and chlamydia use of urinary catheters If your UTI has been treated until it has completely healed and the bacteria are not removed, you still have risk factors as mentioned above, then the UTI can still occur again. Therefore, if a man experiences a UTI, the doctor will also look for what risk factors he has so that the UTI can occur. This is very important because addressing risk factors will help prevent UTIs from returning.
It is best to discuss with your doctor what risk factors you have and what can be done to overcome these risk factors. Meanwhile, you can try to drink more fluids and urinate more frequently to help expel and flush your urinary tract from bacteria that develop / enter your urethra.
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