Urinary infection "warning"
It is not completely accurate to put on the hat of "prostate disease" immediately after the occurrence of urination symptoms. It must be checked and confirmed. The male genitourinary system includes many organs, which are directly related to the occurrence of urination symptoms. Therefore, any of them will affect urination during urination, such as urinary infection. Urinary infection usually causes the following urination problems: first, abnormal urination, including frequent urination, urgency, pain in urination, difficulty in urination, etc; The second is the change of urine, such as oliguria and hematuria, and the third is pain in urine
Signals of prostate disease
Urine is easy to "rush out": if you have such experience: when you work in the daytime, you always have to go to the bathroom to urinate frequently, and you can't wait to "squat" in the bathroom. I always wake up and urinate when I sleep at night. I have to toss and turn several times every night, even insomnia all night. Sometimes when you want to urinate, you must go to the bathroom immediately. Slightly slower, urine will "rush out", which may be accompanied by symptoms such as urethral burning, pain and discomfort. At this time, we should consider whether there is prostate disease. For patients with BPH, stimulation symptoms often appear earlier, especially increased nocturnal urine, which is often the earliest symptom of BPH.
Urine can't be excreted: people with severe prostate disease will have obstructive urination problems, such as laborious urination, thin urine line, and dripping urine. Even though I ran to the bathroom at the speed of "100 meters sprint", I could not urinate slowly, and my face was flushed with suffocation. It took a lot of effort to squeeze out the urine. With these symptoms, I can almost confirm that I have prostate disease.
With the aggravation of the disease, when encountering the inducing factors such as getting cold, drinking alcohol, holding urine excessively and taking some drugs, the urine can not be discharged completely, resulting in acute urinary retention.