Difficulty in Urine
This isn’t an ailment but a condition wherein you feel the urge to pass on urine and there’s nothing or just a few droplets, even when the intensity is high. You may face difficulty in urine due to several urinary tract ailments such as bladder stones, shy bladder syndrome, urinary tract infection, prostate ailments, and many more. This condition is also a sign that you should get your urinary organs checked.
Dr. Saket Narnoli is the best urologist in Dhanbad to go to if you are facing difficulty in passing urine. He has great professional experience working as a urologist at Asarfi Hospital, Dhanbad. He is a master at urological procedures ranging from open surgeries to laser treatments, renal transplants, and 2D & 3D laparoscopic urology.
Symptoms of difficulty in urine
- Involuntary dripping
- Back pain
- Involuntary discharge
- Pain and burning during urination
Causes of Difficulty in Urine
As expressed earlier, if you are already a patient with an impaired urine system or a particular urinary organ then you are sure to face this condition of difficulty in urination
Shy bladder syndrome
As the name suggests, shy bladder syndrome also known as paruresis is an ailment where you may feel uncomfortable urinating in certain situations especially if someone else is around.
Do you face a burning sensation along with difficulty in urinating? It might be due to a change in the taste of your food. Spicy food often causes difficulty in urination.
Post surgery side effects
Did you just get the surgery done? Then facing difficulty in urinating is an after-effect that will surely follow. It’s due to temporary nerve impairment from anesthesia to the urinary organs.
Damaged and infected nerve cells also interfere with urine flow. It can be due to accidents, stress, childbirth, diabetes, brain, or spinal cord infections, and much more.
How You Can Treat Difficulty in Urine?
Difficulty in urinating is a very common condition, a symptom visible in almost all urological ailments. The early stages can be cured remedially. Take hot baths. Drink enough water and other juices. Do pelvic exercises regularly. If this condition has been with you for a long time, then it’s time you go see a doctor and get relevant medication, treatment, or surgery. Before you start with the medication or surgery, you must ensure that you have been diagnosed with the correct existing urinary ailment.
If you want to end your difficulty in urinating? Visit the famous urologist of Dhanbad! Contact Dr. Narnoli