Dysuria Prevention – Steer clear of scented laundry detergents and toiletries to reduce your risk of irritation, Modify your diet to eliminate food and drinks that irritate the bladder.
Dysuria is the medical term for pain or discomfort when urinating. Often described as a burning sensation. Anyone, male or female, of any age can experience painful urination. It is more common in women. It is most commonly associated with urinary tract infections, which more often affect women than men.
Hematuria Prevention – Stay well hydrated. Drink about eight glasses of fluid daily (more during hot weather). Avoid smoking cigarettes, which are linked to urinary tract cancers, Avoid exposure to chemicals.
Haematuria means the appearance of blood in the urine. Haematuria is usually divided into macroscopic or "gross or visible haematuria" (where the urine is discoloured) and microscopic or "invisible". (The blood can only be detected with laboratory testing). It is a common condition and one which must be taken seriously. In this condition the kidneys or other parts of urinary tract allow blood cells to leak into urine.
Hematuria Symptoms – Some patients are completely symptom-free. Some associated symptoms can be: Pain in the flank (often indicates kidney obstruction either from a stone or a blood clot), Mild bladder infection: burning when passing urine, frequent urges to pass urine, cloudy or smelly urine, More severe kidney infection: high fevers, shakes and chills, flank pain. Hematuria Causes – Bladder tumour/Bladder infection, Cancers of the bladder (pictured), kidney or prostate, Stones in the kidneys or bladder, Inflammation of the kidneys (nephritis).
Hematuria Treatment Using Home Remedies, Yoga, And Diet – Foods to be taken: Increase your intake of fruits and vegetables, Drinking cranberry juice or pomegranate juice can be very helpful in recovering from hematuria, Increase the consumption of bittergourd, drumsticks, green bananas all help in faster recovery from hematuria,
UTI Treatment Using Home Remedies, Yoga, And Diet – Foods to be taken: Drink plenty of water, Almonds, Fresh Coconut, Sprouts, Flaxseed, Unsalted Butter, Milk, Eggs, beans, peas, potatoes, garlic, plain yoghurt, brown rice, fruit and vegetable juices, spinach, Raw vegetable juices like carrot juice, lemon, cucumber and spinach juice,
UTI Prevention – Drink plenty of water (fluids), Go to the bathroom when you have the urge, Be hygienic.
A urinary tract infection (UTI) is a bacterial infection in any parts of your urinary system which consists of kidneys, two ureters, bladder and urethra..
UTI Symptoms – Bad smelling urine, Frequent urination, Burning sensation while urinating, Abdominal pain, Blood in urine. UTI Causes – Bacteria and other germs.