Analysis on Urinary Frequency, Urgency and Pain

Date:2019-07-16 click:0
In addition to interview and physical examination at the time of diagnosis, mid-stream urine bacterial culture should be performed first when searching for the cause. If the number of urine colonies is ≥ 105/mL, the diagnosis of urinary tract infection can be established, and upper and lower urinary tract infections should be further confirmed at this time.

Urography can identify the predisposing factors for UTI such as urinary tract abnormalities and the causes of recurrence. The measurement of renal function can be used to understand the state of renal function and estimate the degree of disease, so as to guide the clinical medication and the judgment of prognosis. 
1. Cystitis:  It is the most common clinical disease causing bladder irritation. Its clinical characteristics are: urinary frequency, urgency, and significant pain. However, the signs of systemic infection and poisoning can be mild. Inflammation of the trigone prone to lead to gross hematuria. Laboratory tests are characterized by pyuria bacteriuria. General renal function tests are normal. 
2. Pyelonephritis: The symptoms of bladder irritation in pyelonephritis are milder than those of cystitis, and there tend to be no symptoms of bladder irritation. Systemic infection and poisoning symptoms include performance of high fever, nausea and vomiting, lack of appetite, body aches, and kidney pain. 
3. Renal tuberculosis: In the early stage it only affects the kidney, then in the later phase, kidney, ureter, bladder, and urethra will all be affected, that is the so-called urinary tuberculosis. Tuberculous lesions, especially active lesions, can be found outside the urinary system. The clinical feature is prolonged bladder irritation, which is generally refractory to antibiotic treatment. 
4. Urinary calculi: Sudden renal colic in the renal area, followed by gross or microscopic hematuria. Ureteral calculi, characterized clinically by colic radiating into the lower abdomen, perineal area, and along the medial aspect of the thigh from the ureter, followed by macroscopic or microscopic hematuria after colic. 
5. Urethral syndrome: It generally refers to repeated lower urinary tract infections caused by abnormal physiological anatomy in women. It is called syndrome due to multiple causes and multiple factors.

The common causes include: Close proximity of the external orifices of the congenital urethra to the external orifices of the vagina; The broken hymen is umbrella-shaped over the external urethral meatus; Paraurethral gland cyst and abscess; Caruncle of urethral orifice, etc. Due to the above reasons, lower urinary tract infection occurs repeatedly and is not easy to be cured, and surgical correction is required.
6. Benign prostatic hyperplasia: It happens to elderly men due to decreased sex hormone secretion, and the subsequent loss of hormone balance, resulting in prostatic hyperplasia hypertrophy, the compression of the posterior urethra and bladder irritation symptoms. Hyperplasia and hypertrophy often go along with prostatitis, making symptoms more prominent. 
For frequent urination, urgent urination, and urinary pain caused by cystitis, prostatitis, and prostatic hyperplasia, patients can take natural medicine which won't produce side effects, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill.

By clearing dampness and heat of the bladder, recovering the function of bladder Qi, making the urine excreted smoothly and eliminating the appearance of stranguria and astringent pain, its reasonable compatibility can achieve the curative effect on cystitis and urethritis of both men and women as well as enhancing the immunity besides curing the diseases.