White Discharge After Holding Back Urination?
Night, I want to ask, sometimes my husband likes to hold onto his pee and a white liquid comes out without pain, why is it, is it a disease? I am very worried😣 please answer and the solution is yes r nThank you. r nGood evening
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The habit of holding back the urge to urinate should not be done, because this can have various negative implications for health. In men, the habit of holding back urination most often results in crystallization of the urine, forming stones. Stones in the urinary tract are generally characterized by pain when urinating, which can be felt in the penis, lower abdomen, to the waist, depending on the exact location of the stone. Not only that, sufferers of urinary tract stones also often find abnormal urine, which comes out a little, not bright, swollen, cloudy, reddish, or contains sand. In more severe conditions, urinary tract stones can also cause the sufferer to discharge vaginal discharge, fever, chills, vomiting, and unable to urinate at all. This condition could be the cause of your husband's complaints at this time.
In addition to urinary tract stones, there can also be a white discharge from the penis as your husband has experienced due to other causes, for example:
Urinary tract infections (including sexually transmitted infections), often due to gonorrhea, but can also result from syphilis, genital herpes, ureaplasma, chlamydia
Balanitis or balanoposthitis (inflammation of the head of the penis, may or may not be accompanied by inflammation of the foreskin that covers it)
Prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate)
Urinary fistula (an abnormal tube that connects the urinary tract with other people, for example the gastrointestinal tract)
Urinary tract cancer, and so on
Our advice, to get rid of your anxiety, ask your husband to have his complaint checked by a doctor or urological surgeon. Through a physical examination, assisted by blood, urine, X-rays, or ultrasound, doctors are generally able to identify the cause of your husband's complaint, as well as provide the best treatment, it can be with drugs, surgery, and so on.
In the meantime, urge your husband to:
Stop the habit of holding back the urge to urinate
Expand to drink 2 to 3 liters of water a day
Don't sit too long
Keep your sex organs clean
Faithful to 1 sexual partner
Avoid taking drugs carelessly to deal with complaints at this time
Hope it helps ..