Most often the emergence of unpleasant sensations after urination is associated with incipient inflammatory process, accompanied by burning and pain. The symptoms characteristic of acute, chronic, allergic, or premenstrual senile urethritis, which affects both women and men. Urethritis can have infectious or non-infectious origin – in the first case it is called gonococci, staphylococci, E. coli, Gardnerella and other bacteria, whereas in the second case it is caused by the catheterization, cystoscopy or passage in the urethra, sharp stone.
Discomfort after urinating most often occur in women, because bacteria from nearby rectum and vagina easily fall into the short female urethra and quickly get to other organs of the urinary system. In addition, the presence of discomfort after the withdrawal of incontinence often occurs as a consequence of cystitis, urolithiasis, inflammation of the cervix, gonorrhea, thrush, trichomoniasis, Ureaplasma and urogenital chlamydia. Upon accession of infection in the urine can be detected Muco-purulent discharge, also noted a painful swelling of the genitals.
Today, the symptoms of urological diseases manifest themselves bright enough, which often leads to a running disease for treatment of which required a lot of antibiotics and time. To protect yourself from the insidious disease, should visit a urologist immediately after the appearance of unpleasant sensations after urination and to pass all the necessary tests. Also, be sure to avoid hypothermia, carefully observe rules of personal hygiene and intimate life, to monitor the condition of the immune system, not to drink a lot of alcohol and spicy/salty/acidic foods.
To ease the discomfort after urination before going to the doctor with a cocktail of ½ teaspoon of baking soda dissolved in a glass of warm water – it will reduce the high acidity of urine and she will not be a very annoying infection of the urethra. Urologists also recommended to use with this purpose, cranberry juice and avoid to full recovery of any types of sexual contact.