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A common problem that is not restricted to older people is urinary incontinence, and many are not aware that behavioral strategies play an important role in controlling urinary incontinence. These include alterations in the diet, urinary habits, and lifestyle changes.
The required changes and alterations to be made are entirely dependent on the individual conditions of the patient. However, these are the most common tips as far as the diet to overcome urinary incontinence is concerned:
- Have the optimum amount of water: If you do not drink enough water, you are likely to get dehydrated. When you have incontinence, drinking a lot of water can also be detrimental. It means that drinking the recommended dose of 6 to 8 glasses of water could also pose a problem. On the other side, when you drink little water, you may end up irritating the bladder. That is why it is important to ask the doctor how much water you must drink.
- Avoid alcohol and smoking: Alcohol has a negative influence on the bladder as it can potentially affect the messages from the bladder which tells it to hold urine and to release it. When you are consuming alcohol, you are likely to lose the control over the signaling, and it would invariably result in incontinence. If you can cut out alcohol completely, it can definitely fetch the best results. If you cannot cut it down completely, you should consider reducing the amount considerably.
- Shun spicy foods: When you have to deal with an overactive bladder, you should refrain from eating spicy foods such as chili peppers and horseradish. This is because spicy foods irritate the lining of the bladder and therefore they should be avoided at all costs. A viable alternative to these could be salads and fresh fruits and vegetables.
- Say no to caffeine: Caffeine makes you feel the urgency to use the toilet along with prompting the body to get rid of the liquid contents of the body. It is best to remove caffeine from the diet as much as possible. It is really difficult to get rid of teas, coffees, soft drinks and chocolate and if you feel that you are not able to cut it down, you should try to have your caffeine dose in the morning rather than night. It is, however, necessary to limit caffeine intake to one serving in a day.
- Stay away from citrus: Though fresh fruits and vegetables are always recommended, you should not consume citrus fruits such as lemons, pineapple, oranges since they can bother your bladder and make you feel the urge to go.
Along with these diet changes, if you are overweight, you should try to lose some weight since overweight can cast pressure on the bladder and result in incontinence. Thus, by making such minor yet crucial changes, the condition can be overcome easily.
My toddler age two is having 2-3 rbc in his urine. What could be the cause? Before he was having kidney stone of 3-4 mm but now its not there but still rbc in urine is 2-3. Why is it there? I was giving him potrate mb6 syrup 3 ml a day should I continue it or can I stop it?
I am 43 year old male personal. I have a kidney stone on right U V Junction. It was detect on 20/06/2018 by ultrasound in two places. Then I consult with an urologist and take urimax 0.4 mg every night one tablet each day for 15 days. I also consult with an ayurvedic doctor and took some medicine from 26 june 2018. Again I make an ultrasound on 30 June 2018. But no section any calculi (stone) in .y right uv unction. Then again I met with that urologist on 1 st July 2018 He says no stone was there. Still you wait for 15 days and .Make a ct scan. At that time I had not any problem at all. My blood report and urine report all are normal .Again I make a ct scan on 15 July 2018 but that report is also no stone was there and both kidney are normal shape and size bladder ureteror all are normal. Blood report urea certain are normal urine is also normal. Still I have some minor problem that was I have some right flank pain and back pain with iron burn some time. Is there any calculus now in kidney.
Last week I scanned found that 3 mm kidney stone. Today I scanned again it shows 3 stones measuring all 3-4 mm. M afraid what is the reason? All those passable? Give suggestions plz.
Hello, I have repeated urine test 3 times that show 6-8rbc, 8-10rbc. What are the possible reasons? Patient suffering from endometriosis and age is 38 years. Ultrasound scan shows I'll defined focal nephritis.
Hi Sir, My age is 31. Doctors have diagnosed my right kidney was working only 13 % and left kidney working 87 per. There is an block near ureter due to which there is an swelling in tube and back pain. We consulted with three urologist doctors two of them suggested to remove whole left kidney since its working only 13 per one of the doctor suggested to operate that blockage alone and no need to remove left kidney. So I was in confusion which to follow. Pls suggest thanks.
Hi Sir, I had a stomachache. So I did ultrasound. It states I am having two stones in kidney and one in urinal. Now m having pain while urinating. What to do now for my kidney stone and urinal
Hi, I have been suffering from urine duration since last 5-6 days. I am 22 years old. I have kidney stone problem also. But I don't feel that there is making of stone because I don't get that pain. Please help me with the solution as soon as possible. Thank you.
The urinary tract starts from the kidneys to the urethra where urine is passed out. Given the rich concentration of minerals and toxic wastes, it is highly prone to multiple infections. UTI, as urinary tract infections are often referred to, is one of the most common infections. In women, especially, every 1 in 2 women is affected by an UTI. Whichever part of the tract is affected, the symptoms and treatment are mostly the same. Read on to know some of the most common symptoms and treatment options for these.
- A burning sensation with urination
- Pain with urination
- Burning sensation or pain in the urethra or vagina
- Frequent urge to urinate, though not much urine is passed out
- Sense of incomplete emptying of the bladder
- Pain in the lower back on the sides of the spine
- Change in the urine characteristics color, smell, or appearance
- Fever or chills, maybe associated with shivering, nausea and vomiting
Most urinary tract infections are bacterial in nature, and these could find their way into the body through multiple ways.
- The most common is through the urethra, which could happen due to unclean toilet habits.
- Women especially are advised to wipe the urethra after each toilet visit. The bacteria from the feces can also enter the urethra due to close proximity
- Use of unclean public toilets is another reason for UTIs
Though most often UTI does not require specific testing, the following are useful in confirming the diagnosis.
- Culture and sensitivity: The urine is sent for a culture to identify the exact organism that has caused the infection. It also helps identify the right antibiotic which will help bring the infection under control.
UTIs are very common infections and though there is nothing to worry, it should be cleared completely.
- Antibiotic course to get rid of the infection. Though you begin to feel better, the complete course should be completed to clear the infection.
- Following culture testing to ensure the infection is cleared
- Improve water intake to get rid of the toxins
- Fever and pain to be controlled with medications
- Healthy hygiene habits to ensure clearing of infection
Recurrent UTIs is a common problem, and the following can help prevent.
- Ensure complete emptying of the bladder
- Drink adequate water
- Safe toilet habits, including before and after sex
- Comfortable and clean underwear to prevent infection