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  • No urine is passing out. Taken water more than adequate. But still two three drops are passing

    Question created 6 months 4 weeks ago


  • Adequate urine output requires formation of urine first off, and a patent healthy urinary tract, second.
    Urine formation requires a normal kidney function. Therefore, in severe dehydration or kidney failure, urine formation is impaired.
    If there is a structural blockade to urine passage, at any level, urine will not pass. A neurologic dysfunction moreover, whether from the brain or spinal cord, for any reason, leads to improper innervation of urinary bladder muscles, thus failure of sphincteric functioning despite urine formation and a full bladder, amounting to functional obstruction. Keep in mind also, normally functioning central neurons( brain cells) necessitate a normal intricate and versatile neuromediator and hormonal balance, for which reason any disturbance in that balance leads to improper bladder functioning, thus lack of proper voiding. That is why in depression or anxiety, there are symptoms of overactive bladder, and so it is with menopause-which in extreme cases can manifest in what feels like a urinary obstruction, despite a pressing urgency sensation to void( due to uncoordinated sensations from a heated brain disrupted by estrogen lack).
    On the other hand, inflammation in the urinary tract due usually to bacterial presence, leads to intensified sensations of urgency even with little urine presence, and so does presence of a a localized pressure-of a tumor for ex., or stone-for ex.- in the lower ureter or urinary bladder, causing a sensation of an urge to void with yet a little urine presence in the bladder thus little urine passage.
    In a male, moreover, prostatic hypertrophy leads to an obstruction impact and thus a sensation of urgency with only little urine output.
    Given all that, it should turn easier to narrow your thought spectrum, as to what could be the cause in this case!
    Dr Hana Fayyad, pediatrician

    (Maria Jasmine Freeman, author of The Cross Of Menopause-Immolation🔥🔥🔥)


    asked 6 months 3 weeks ago

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