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Recognize Urinary Difficulties and Side Effects

Urinary medications are given according to the underlying cause. There are various drugs that can be used to treat urination. Therefore, it is important to be familiar with the workings of difficult urine medications and possible side effects. The normal frequency of urinating is 4-6 times a day. Holding urine too long or too often can weaken the bladder muscles. Difficulty urinating generally develops slowly over time, and can occur in everyone and at all ages. Although it is more common in older men due to an enlarged prostate gland, it can also occur in women. Difficulty urinating can be accompanied by other symptoms such as dripping or weak urine flow, pain during urination, and feeling of incomplete after urination. Some other things that can cause difficulty urinating are infections of the prostate or urinary tract, drugs (cold and cold medicines, certain vitamins and supplements), nervous system abnormalities, side effects of surgery, formation of strictures or scar tissue …
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Enuresis, Facts You Need To Know About Bedwetting

Enuresis is a medical term for bedwetting, which is a condition in which a person cannot hold urine while sleeping. Not only occurs in children, enuresis can also occur in adults. Come on, know the causes and how to overcome them. Enuresis can be nocturnal and diurnal. Nocturnal enuresis is a term for bedwetting habits at night, while diurnal enuresis is a term for bedwetting habits during the day. This condition is often experienced by children under five years old. As we get older, this habit will disappear by itself due to the increased ability of children to control their bladder. But sometimes, this bedwetting habit can also occur in adults, you know! Types and Causes of Enuresis You Need to Know There are two types of enuresis, including: Primary enuresis: Enuresis which often occurs starting from infants, nocturnal enuresis is the most common form of primary enuresis.Secondary Enuresis: Enuresis which still often occurs in someone who has previously been able to control hi…

Letargi Is Not Just Tired, It Is Important To Find The Cause

Letargi is when someone experiences fatigue, both physically and mindfully. This fatigue is often accompanied by drowsiness, lethargy, and weakness. People in lethargy usually become slower than usual and look like confused people. This feeling of fatigue and weakness is a sign or symptom, not a disease. These symptoms may arise due to a condition or disease that is being experienced, maybe even a sign of needing medical assistance. Complained Disorders Letargi can appear in the form of feeling tired, easily drowsy and lethargic, thus making movements become slower and difficult to concentrate. In addition, the body also feels weak to find it difficult to do activities. When forced to move, muscles will generally feel easily tired or sore. Weakness in lethargy can also make a person less productive. In addition, in conditions of lethargy, a person can feel changes in mood, become easily saturated and restless. Letargi can also make someone appear confused and less alert. Causes …

Asphyxia Can Be Fatal, Beware of the Causes

Asphyxia occurs when a person has difficulty breathing, so that oxygen intake to the body decreases. Not infrequently, asphyxia is fatal and causes death. Given the risk of asphyxia, this condition cannot be considered trivial. Recognizing the cause of asphyxia is important to prevent it from happening. Some causes of asphyxia include: Choking Choking can cause obstruction of the airways such as pharynx, larynx, trachea and bronchi so asphyxia occurs. In infants, asphyxia may occur because the baby chokes on liquids, such as milk or fluids that vomited. In addition, babies and children often put something in their mouths that allow them to choke. Supervise the child well so that the child does not put things that are nearby such as coins, marbles, or food with large sizes in his mouth. If children under 5 years old, do not give stew food that is still hard, also avoid giving snacks that might make him choke, like popcorn or chewy candy to him. If you want to give him fruit, ma…

Know the Causes of Anuria and How to Treat It

Anuria is a condition when the kidneys cannot produce urine. If proper treatment is not immediately given, anuria can cause permanent kidney damage which causes more serious conditions, which can be life threatening. Generally, the kidneys produce between 1-2 liters of urine every day. Urine contains metabolic waste products that need to be removed. If urine is not released by the body, the substances and fluids can accumulate in the body. Recognize the Causes of Anuria One of the main causes of anuria is kidney failure, a condition in which kidney function does not work. Kidney failure can cause increased blood pressure and decreased red blood cell production. Then, uncontrolled diabetes can cause diabetic ketoacidosis, which also triggers acute kidney failure. Besides the condition of high blood pressure (hypertension) can also be a cause of anuria. Over time, uncontrolled high blood pressure can cause the arteries around the kidneys to narrow, weaken or harden. This then caus…