3 Ways to Relieve Urinary Bladder Problems

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Ways to Relieve Urinary Bladder Problems
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You know why you are able to control the urination? Have you ever thought that where this shit stores until you find time to visit the toilet? It is a little hollow organ localized in lower abdomen named as urinary bladder which stores urine and keeps it there and gives you time to complete your necessary tasks first. But sometimes this storing pouch gets some issues and as a result, you face difficulty in urination, more urge to urination, frequent and incontinence during urination. To solve any problem like this visit the best urologist in Karachi, Lahore and other main cities via Marham. As urinary problem does not arise due to a single reason. Just read the following things to know why you are suffering from embarrassing and painful urinary situations.

Conditions When Urinary Bladder Disturbed:

Many conditions can affect the normal working of urinary bladder such as;

  • Infection in bladder
  • Stones in kidney or bladder
  • Inflammation in bladder
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Overactive bladder
  • Bladder cancer

When to Visit the Doctor?

The first try of each person is to get relive at the home but if you have certain signs than it is necessary to visit specialist doctor. In Lahore, you can get consultation from best specialist in Hammedah Memorial hospital. These signs are alarm to get help immediately.

  • Persistent pain or burning sensation during urination
  • Urine incontinence
  • Blood or blood clots in urine
  • Cloudy urine
  • Foul smelling urine

How to Get Relive from the Bladder Problem?

A good physician will make a good diagnosis about your urinary problem and according to the situation, he may treat you by following ways.

Medication:

Medicines usually work good to get relieve from urinary problems. Mostly prescribed drugs are

  • Pain killers
  • Anti inflammatory drugs
  • Antibiotics

Ways to Relieve Urinary Bladder Problems

Radiotherapy:

Radiations may be beneficial if your bladder has stones in it or affected by cancer.

Surgical Methods:

If the problem has crossed the limit and cannot be cured by medication or radiations than surgical methods are used and worked best. Following type of surgical methods may be used to treat bladder problems.

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Cystectomy:

It is total removal of the bladder. It is done when it gets infected so much that it is danger that it may infect other organs.

Urostomy (ileal conduit):

In this surgical procedure bladder may or may not be removed and some part of the colon is converted into a little pouch to store urine.

Continent Urinary Diversion:

This surgical procedure also adds an internal pouch to hold the urine with a new alternative opening made in the abdomen to pass out the urine.

Bladder Reconstruction:

This surgical approach is most amazing as it reconstructs the bladder if it is little damaged or new bladder is made after removal of the damaged bladder.

Recto Sigmoid Pouch Formation:

This surgical approach works by conversion of the rectum into a pouch structure which can work as a bladder.

  • Dear reader if you have any problem regarding urinary bladder which is making your life embracing or painful than do not feel reluctance visit the best urologist in Lahore, Karachi and other main cities to get relieved in the best way.

Few Most Popular Urologist in Lahore:

Dr. Irfan Ahmed

Dr. Irfan Ahmed

Prof. Dr. Zafar Ul Ahsan

Prof. Zafar Ul Ahsan

Dr. Khizer Hayat Gondal

Dr. Khizer Hayat

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Tayyaba Waris
She is a student of Ph.D. molecular biology at Comsats University, Islamabad. She is working on the causes and treatment of male infertility. She has also worked on liver disease and its herbal treatments and has recently got her paper published in the National journal of Natural Pharmaceuticals. At Marham, she writes about hot medical issues and general health problems.

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