Urinary problems can happen to anyone and can affect them at any age. Most of us think that this happens with children, but this is a misconception and it is also a matter of concern to consider such a disease as normal. Problems related to urine are more commonly seen in women than men and there can be many reasons for this. The first is that women have a great need for hygiene.

If there are slight problems in the urinary tract, then many important organs of the body can be affected. Due to this, there is a problem in the process of filtering the body's waste and urinating. If you do not contact the doctor at the right time, then it can lead to many problems later. But what are the symptoms to which we should pay attention and contact the doctor?

In this matter, we spoke to Dr. TanveerAujla, Senior Consultant Gynecologist, and Obstetrician, Noida Motherhood Hospital. Dr. Tanveer told us what kind of problems to ignore can prove to be dangerous.

  • This affects the process of getting out of the body's waste and excess fluid.
  • Correct electrolyte level is not created
  • Difficulty regulating blood pressure and maintaining hormones

Women have such urinary problems-

Now let's talk about urinary problems in women, as soon as you see them, you should go to the doctor immediately.

Lack of urine control

If you do not have urine control and urine leaks frequently. This problem occurs even after coughing, sneezing and when you do not get time to go to the bathroom when you have urine, and then you should get a checkup done by the doctor. Most women feel ashamed about such things, but all this can be cured with the advice of a doctor.

Sometimes such problems also occur due to holding urine for a longer time than necessary. This type of problem also occurs due to an infection and it can be cured with medicines. Along with this, it is also important to mention that controlling urine for a long time can cause problems.

Why can this happen?

  • Due to hormonal imbalance
  • holding urine in the bladder for a long time
  • Ignoring Urinary Problems
  • UTI infection is on the rise
  • Reaction to a major illness
  • Age effect
  • Extra pressure on the bladder

Urinary tract infection-

This is also one of the most common problems faced by women. Urinary tract infection (UTI) can occur in any part of your urinary system. This includes the urethra, the pipe leading to the kidney, bladder, vulva, etc. If you see any of these symptoms then there is a possibility of UTI-

  • Frequent urination
  • Frequent urge to urinate, but not passing urine
  • Burning during urination
  • Pain in the abdomen or lower back during urination
  • Pain on both sides
  • Blood in urine
  • Burning sensation during intercourse etc.
  • Change in urine color
  • Smelly urine

If all these problems are not rectified on time, then it can become a very serious problem in the future. In such a situation, it is necessary to take the right medicine on the advice of the doctor and antibiotic treatment is necessary.

Kidney stones problem

Have you ever felt a burning sensation while urinating, you may not have paid attention to it. Sometimes when small particles in the urine start taking the form of crystals, then the formation of stones starts. They become so large that they can cause serious disturbances in the urinary system. This type of stone can reach different parts of the urinary tract through the urine and bladder pipe through the kidney.

Due to this, you may have trouble in passing urine, you will feel very painful, there may be blood during urine, you will have trouble with burning, due to having a kidney stone, the pain starts becoming very much.

If you are feeling any such problem, then contact the doctor and get the urine tested. This can be detected by a normal urine test or urine culture or any advanced test, but you will need to speak openly to the doctor.