What Is The Cause When Urinating Urine Out Of The Buttocks?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. As we all know, urine or urine is not supposed to come out through the anus or buttocks. This is because they both have their own channels as shown in the image below.
The image shows the structure of the male body from the side. The difference with women, behind the urinary bladder or bladder, there is still the uterus before the rectum or the end of the digestive tract before the anus.
So it is clear that normally, urine will have its own channel, and the gastrointestinal tract has its own channel which cannot possibly mix between the two. If the urine passes through the buttocks, there is a high probability of a structural abnormality in which there is a tube connecting the urinary tract and intestines, or the digestive tract as a whole. This condition can occur due to various things, such as:
There are pockets in the digestive tract or diverticles
Trauma or injury, could be due to surgery
To be sure of this, it is necessary to have an in-depth examination that involves further examinations such as using a CT scan, MRI, cytoscopy, colonoscopy, barium enema, and so on. Therefore, we recommend that you consult the surgeon, gastrointestinal surgeon, or urologist, because this condition requires surgery to close the channel. If not done, there can be an infection of the urinary tract from the bacteria present in the intestines, and it can further infect the kidneys and result in more severe damage.
Meanwhile, there really isn't much you can do independently. So the sooner you consult a doctor, the better. In general, take care of your health by drinking lots of water to flush out bacteria in the urinary tract, keep your body clean, and eat healthy foods. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa