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3 Causes Of Pain During Urination And When You Should See A Doctor

Pain during urination is one problem that is often due to a serious health condition that is worthy of attention. If you always feel pain whenever you are urinating or want to urinate, there might be need to see a doctor for proper examination of the issue but before then having knowledge of the possible reasons for problem would give you a more in-depth knowledge of what you are dealing with.

So, in this article, we are going to have a look at some of the causes of pain during urination and when you should consider seeing a doctor. Just sit tight and enjoy this piece whilst learning something new.

What Are The Cause Of Painful Urination Otherwise Known As Dysuria?

1. Sexually Transmitted Diseases; this is one of the causes of painful urination both amongst men and women. If you are suffering from Gonorrhea, Chlamydia or Herpes. All these infections are sexually transmitted and can make a man or woman constantly feel pain whenever he or she is urinating. This is not something to take for granted as it can cause fertility issues and many other health problems along the line if not treated or attended to immediately.

2. Urinary Tract Infection; painful urination might also be a sign of urinary tract infection. This urinary tract infection is most common amongst women though men also suffer from urinary tract infections. But on a general note, most UTIs are caused by a bacteria and can also be due to inflammation of the urinary tract. The kidneys, ureter, urethra and many other organs make up the urinary tract but when there is an Inflammation of any organ in this sector, you might experience pain during urination.

3. Kidney Stones; this is another cause of painful urination. Kidney stones are solid formation of acidic substances on the kidney usually due to poor water intake. The kidneys need enough fluid to be able to get rid of acidic substances through urine but when there is very reduced water intake, the acidic substances start forming solid things on the kidneys thus leading to kidney stones.

When Should You Consider Seeing A Doctor?

According to Health Experts, there is need to see a doctor or health professional once you start noticing the following signs;

1. Cloudy Urine Or Different/Strong Urine Odor.

2. If the pain is accompanied by stomach or abdominal pain.

3. If you start having fever or any other nausea symptoms along the line.

4. Painful Urination can be due to common problems but the pain won't persist for long. If you start having pains that are persistent for a week or more, then it's time to see a doctor.

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