Urinary tract infections
Urinary tract infections are bacterial infections that affect the urinary tract. It may affect any part of this department.
Bacteria enter the urethra, bladder and can spread to the kidneys. Although women are more susceptible to urinary tract infections because the urethra is shorter, once they become infected, men are often more serious.
Typical symptoms warn of infected urinary tract such as cloudy or bloody urine, urination, mild fever and burning sensation when urinating.
If you get sick, your doctor will prescribe oral or injectable antibiotics, depending on the condition.
Kidney failure and kidney stones
Because it does not regularly filter toxins and waste products through the urinary tract, the kidneys will show signs of impairment. Symptoms of kidney failure include bruises, bloody stools, mood swings, tiredness and sleepiness.
Not only that, urination also causes kidney stones with different sizes and shapes due to calcium residues not being excreted from the body, saved and made into stones.
This situation is extremely terrible and rarely occurs. Obviously, bladder can completely break if they contain too much urine. When this happens, the liquid will spill out, fill the abdomen and threaten your life. Usually, doctors must perform emergency surgery to save the patient.
In fact, in most cases, the bladder is only strained, causing muscle weakness and losing your ability to control urination. Obviously, if you encounter this condition, consult your doctor immediately.
Bladder can actually inflate if you don't urinate often. Keeping too much liquid impacts the muscles and making it bulge like a ball.
This condition can make it difficult to urinate normally in the future because the bladder is able to return to its original shape. In severe cases, you need to use a medical catheter to use the toilet.