Violation of urination

August 12, 2017 17:51 | Child Health

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violation urination understand the whole complex of symptoms.Typical symptoms are often accompanied by problems with urination, can be characterized as general and specific to a particular age group.

most common symptoms

The following are symptoms that occur in children of any age:

crying when urinating - a baby crying, and the older child can tell that it hurt when he wrote;

incontinence;

urination occurs frequently and in small portions;

• beginning urination comes about with difficulty;

• child wets the pants, even if it is too early to teach potty;

blood in the urine;

dark urine.

Symptoms specific to certain age groups

available at your child's urinary problems may be accompanied by various events, so check to see notes you have

child one or more symptoms characteristic of the age group to which it belongs.

Infants under the age of one month. Maybe a fever, jaundice of the skin are observed, vomiting or nausea, convulsions, feeding problems, marked hyperexcitability and th

e tendency to urinate drop by drop.

Infants and toddlers up to two years. can be any of the above symptoms, and excessive frequency of urination, blood in urine, pain during urination and cloudy urine.

Children from two to six years. frequent pain when urinating or pain in the abdomen (or lower part), fever, frequent need to urinate, need to urinate at night.

children from seven years and older. They may complain of aches and pains in the abdomen, or all over the body, in addition to the above symptoms.

Possible causes

common cause of complaints of urinating in girls - irritation of the vaginal area.His cause:

foam bath, shampoo or soap left on the skin;

• detergents, not completely washed out with underwear;

long wearing a bathing suit (either in the pool or on the beach);

• Wearing too long tight pants;

incomplete emptying of the bladder;

poor vaginal hygiene;

improper hygiene practices (eg, wiping the remnants of stool from back to front);

pinworms or other irritation, which causes itching.

urinary tract infection in boys and girls can cause many of the symptoms already listed.This infection is also accompanied by fever, nausea, vomiting, fever, constipation, decreased fluid intake and rare walking to the toilet.

Girls labia can almost stick together, and if they are inflamed, that after the recovery remain in agglomerated state.All this can even cause blockage of the urinary duct.

Uncircumcised boys are usually more likely to become infected than circumcised.

Infections can occur due to infiltration of urine from the urethra into the bladder back during urination.In some cases, there are defects in a path.Sometimes there are defects in the valve between the bladder and the urethra, which can cause a partial blockage.It is noted that when the opening to the urethra is too low, it causes clogging.

Infections may occur due to the penetration of fecal matter in the urinary tract, as a consequence of swimming in still water pollution;infection may be associated with a venereal disease.

Dangerous symptoms

There are two symptoms that require special attention.If any are found, be sure to consult a doctor.

urine color can be red, pink, brown or the color of Coca-Cola.

Although bleeding often means only a minor annoyance or a further intake of dietary red products (such as beets), it is important to understand the true cause.Blood in the urine becomes even more significant indication, if there is one of the following symptoms or conditions:

headache;

pain in his side or stomach;

swelling of the eyelids or face;

infected wounds on the skin;

severe angina;

any sore throat for the past two weeks.

sharp smell of urine may indicate:

of urinary tract infections;

about dehydration.

Calmer and understandable reasons may lie in the smell of common consumption of foods with a specific smell, and then their body decomposition, as well as antibiotics.But to make sure it is still necessary to show the child's doctor.The delay in the treatment of any internal infection can lead to additional complications.

carefully watch the child while urinating, notice any discomfort or complaint.Can be an important change in the slightest, or child's reactions.You should be especially careful if your child has previously observed an infection of the urinary channel.

To prevent these infections take the following measures:

• the child should drink more;

• Make sure that the area is well cleaned genitals;

• best detergent - water;

• Avoid soap and foam baths;

• after using the shampoo thoroughly wash the area of ​​the genitals.

If your child has a burning sensation when urinating, and you can not immediately show it to the doctor, put the baby in a warm bath for a few minutes.Then let the child urinate.This procedure can wash the body of his stimulus.

doctor will pay special attention to the family members who have had an infection of the urinary channel.Some of its defects are inherited.

doctor will take urine on microscopic and bacteriological analysis, if there is an infection.complete blood count will be carried out, tests to determine kidney function.

may be required and the special tests, such as ultrasonography (US) to determine the size and shape of the kidneys.The doctor may also prescribe cystourethrogram - test to examine how the urine goes from the bladder during urination.

Infection urethra is usually treated by assigning any antibiotic.Infants up to six months, the doctor may prescribe antibiotics intravenously, especially if the infection is accompanied by vomiting, diarrhea or malnutrition.Babies older than six months when less serious infections of the lower urinary tract are usually given antibiotics orally (by mouth) for 10-14 days.In more serious diseases assigned intravenous antibiotic therapy.

In some cases it appears that the defect associated with infection of the urethra, such defective valve, closing the bladder or urinary tract obstruction.Such cases may require surgery.

To prevent damage to urinary tract infections sometimes prescribe long-term use of antibiotics.