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He is very cordial and helpful. His cooperation with me is very good
She has been bleeding and each time she urinates it comes up with blood. Also for 5-6 hours she feels like urinating after every 5 minute and whenever she does it comes up with blood. Although she has completed her period last week. She has done intercourse with precaution on Sunday and has been sexuality active before as well but never faced anything like that. What could be the cause and please recommend something as it's painful for her.
I am 25 y/o male and I have been experiencing mild pain near bladder region while ejaculating. While urination I fac the same pain but even at a lower intensity and not always. But while ejaculating I face the pain 90% of the times. No history of prostate cancer in family as far as I know. But I have been worried lately as the pain is of a different kind unlike I ever experienced before. Its like being hit at scrotum except the intensity is very low and its in a different region. No dribbling while urinating and mild back pain but maybe because I have a desk job. Please help.
Whenever I drink water after few minutes say 15 minutes I used to go bathroom for toilet. Means as I drink water soon I go to bathroom. Is there any chance of some disease or infection?Or is it normal?
Hello, Kindly help me out by giving the round figure cost of kidney stone laser operation. From 1 month I am very disturbed with this pain of 2 stones. Stones are minor but giving a huge pain that disturbed me totally. I am taking niri tablet, niri liquid and himalayan cystone thrice a day. Drinking lots of water & lemon. Now I am unable to consume water more than three glasses. Its disturbing my mind. Help me out with a positive reply in free please.
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.