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Urodynia Has A Connection with These Six Diseases

The urinary tract is a vital part of the urinary system. Urodynia refers to pain in the urethra or suprapubic area and perineum during urination. It is related to the following six diseases.

1. Urinary tract infection
This is one of the most common diseases of urinary pain, caused by direct invasion of bacteria (fungi, protozoa, viruses causes can only be seen in few cases). Urodynia is characterized by burning sensation of the urethra, severe pain such as knife cutting, often accompanied by frequent urination, urgent urination, Incomplete bladder emptying, occasional hematuria; patients combined with systemic symptoms can have chills, high fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite and so on.
2. Urinary calculi
Anatomical location of the stones are different, so the pain manifestations are also various. When the stones are located in the bladder, people will have sudden urination interruption and urodynia.
3. Urethral syndrome
This refers to a group of non-specific symptoms in patients with frequent urination, urgent urination, and urodynia, but no apparent organic lesions in bladder and urethra examination. The disease is more common in married young and middle-aged women, at the same time, patients can also have lower back pain and painful sexual intercourse.

4. Urethral stricture
The disease is mostly seen in males. Congenital, inflammatory, and traumatic urethral strictures are common in the clinic. The main manifestations of the patients are dysuria and urodynia. Increased residual urine can lead to overflowing incontinence, accompanied by lower abdominal distension and pain. At the same time, patients with urethral stricture may be accompanied by chronic urethritis.
5. Prostatitis
The main clinical manifestations of prostatitis are urethral irritation symptoms and chronic pelvic pain, and the etiology of prostatitis is unclear. Chronic prostatitis is characterized by pelvic and sacral pain, dysuria, and sexual dysfunction. Pelvic and sacral pain manifestations are diverse, generally located in the pubis, lumbosacral and perineum. 

Radiation pain can be manifested as the urethra, spermatic cord, testis, inguinal, ventromedial pain, easy to confuse with acute abdomen, renal colic, usually patients can achieve the effective curative effect by using the conservative medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill.
6. Bladder cancer
Patients usually have painless, intermittent, naked-eye hematuria, and sometimes microscopic hematuria. Ten percent of patients may have increased frequency of urination, the urgency of urination, urodynia, and dysuria.

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