Urination problems can be "early warning"
Urine is a normal physiological metabolite of human body, and it is also a barometer of health status. The amount of urination every day, the reason of urination frequency, and the change of urine color all represent some kind of reaction of the body, which is full of knowledge.
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 have to get up and urinate when I sleep at night. I have to toss and turn seven or eight times every night, even I can't sleep all night. That doesn't count. Sometimes when you want to urinate, you must go to the bathroom immediately. A little slower, the urine will "rush out", and sometimes it will be accompanied by colic in the lower abdomen and burning pain in the urethra. At this time, you should consider whether it is prostate disease. For patients with BPH, stimulation symptoms often appear earlier, especially increased nocturnal urine, which is often the earliest manifestation of BPH. The occurrence of urination problems in patients with prostate disease is gradual. The initial manifestations are irritating symptoms of lower urinary tract: frequent urination, urgency, pain in urination, and urgent urinary incontinence.
Milky urine: urinary tract disease
Also known as chyluria, the most common is chyluria caused by filariasis, especially after drinking milk or high-fat diet. However, if milky urine is accompanied by abnormal urination, fever and low back pain, it should be suspected that it is a serious urinary tract infection, such as pyelonephritis, cystitis, urethritis or renal tuberculosis, which makes the urine appear milky white.
Bubbles on the urine: a man's "anterior gland" crisis
The male urinary system includes many organs, including the bladder, prostate and urethra, which are directly related to the occurrence of urination symptoms. Therefore, any of them will affect urination during urination, such as urethritis.
Therefore, the presence of urination symptoms does not necessarily mean that the prostate is faulty. Experts remind that if you have symptoms of urination, don't make a conclusion by yourself, because judging by symptoms alone is very unreliable, let alone solve it by yourself. You must go to the hospital as soon as possible, because only in the hospital can you accurately diagnose what disease you have, and the doctor can also make targeted treatment according to the condition.
If you find a layer of tiny foam floating on the surface of urine for a long time, it may be an early symptom of nephritis or a hint that men have prostatitis. This "small bubble" is caused by too much protein in the urine. The earliest change of nephritis is the presence of protein in the urine. Without active treatment, it is easy to have problems such as renal insufficiency.
In addition, if a man has prostatitis, he may carry prostate fluid in his urine, which will have oil droplets on the surface of his urine, presenting a "bubble urine" state of "small bubbles".
Normal condition: If the foam is large or different in size, and the duration is short, it belongs to the normal foam, so there is no need to be nervous.
Urine cannot be excreted
Obstructive urination problems may occur in patients with severe prostate disease: hesitating urination, laborious urination, thin urine line, dripping urine, etc. Even though I ran to the bathroom at the speed of "100 meters sprint", I could not urinate, and I was flushed with suffocation. It took a lot of effort to squeeze out the urine; Moreover, the "range" of discharged urine is very short. It drips out drop by drop. If you don't pay attention, you will wet your shoes. After standing for a long time, it will drip endlessly at the end. With these symptoms, it is almost certain to have prostate disease.
When the disease continues to progress to a more serious period, there will be some more serious manifestations. For example, when encountering some inducing factors, such as getting cold, drinking alcohol, holding urine excessively and taking some drugs, it will suddenly appear that urination cannot be discharged completely, and the urine in the bladder will accumulate more and more, which is called "acute urinary retention".
In some patients, when the urine in the bladder has exceeded the maximum capacity of the bladder itself, the urine will constantly flow out of the urethra. Many patients with filling incontinence will mistakenly think that urine has been discharged. However, there is still a lot of urine in the bladder, which brings continuous and more serious harm to the body. Hematuria is another major symptom of prostate disease. Hematuria means that there is blood in the urine. Some eyes can observe that the urine turns red, such as sauce oil color, meat washing water sample, and even fresh blood sample. We call it naked eye hematuria. Although the surface color of some urine is normal, under the microscope, "horse feet" are exposed, and many red blood cells can be found, which is called microscopic hematuria.
In addition to finding clues from "urine", there are also some other manifestations of prostate disease in self-inspection, such as pudendal discomfort (the position between anus and scrotum), heavy bloating, accompanied by radiation pain in lumbosacral and penis, and increased pain during defecation; Another example is urethral secretion: there is a small amount of white secretion overflowing from the urethral orifice, the urethral orifice is glued by the secretion in the morning, and the urethral secretion increases after urination or when the stool is forced