The system consists of four organs, the kidney, the urethra, the ureter, and the bladder. Each of these four organs develops a disease that affects the entire urinary system. The symptoms are not only manifested in the urinary system itself, such as changes in urination, lumps and pain, but also in other parts of the body, such as induced hypertension, anemia, edema, and so on. Symptoms include congenital malformations, heredity, damage, tumors, infections, etc. These properties are similar to other systemic diseases, but they have their own unique symptoms, such as kidney failure, nephritis, urolithiasis.
Causes of urinary system diseases
The main function of the human urinary system is to generate urine and discharge urine, which are composed of kidney, urethra, bladder, ureter and related vascular nerves. Urethritis, cystitis and pyelonephritis are urinary tract infections, and the cause of the disease is E. coli infection of the urinary tract. The first two are lower urinary tract infections, and urinary tract infections are urinary tract infections.
Bacteria, viruses, and parasites invade the male reproductive system can cause male reproductive tract infections, which can cause orchitis, prostatitis, epididymitis, urethritis, and seminal vesiculitis. It is usually caused by the invasion of Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Mycoplasma, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, and Trichomonas. In addition to these, there are non-specific pathogens. The most common pathogens are Mycoplasma and Chlamydia.
2. The initial treatment is not complete
If the urinary system is infected, it should be treated as soon as possible, to ensure that the bacteria are completely killed before stopping the medication, otherwise the residual bacteria will breed again when the person is tired or the resistance is reduced. In addition, there are some causes that can cause repeated attacks, such as stones, congenital malformations.
3. Blind treatment
Fear psychology, privacy protection, cognitive bias and other factors can make infections not get better treatment. Many people go to informal hospitals because of old ideas, making treatment more difficult.
Symptoms of urinary system diseases
The performance of urinary system diseases is generally divided into two aspects, the main aspects are changes in urination and changes in urine, often accompanied by lumps and pain, and other aspects of hypertension, anemia and so on.
1. Urine abnormality
Refers to changes in urine, including bacterial urine, pyuria, hematuria and so on.
2. Abnormal urination
There are some common ones such as frequent urination, urgency, urinary pain, etc., and urinary incontinence may also occur. In addition, chronic pyelonephritis can cause chronic renal failure, and its early and late symptoms are different. In the early stage, it is often characterized by more urine, and later there will be less urine or no urine.
3. Low back pain
The kidneys are located near the waist of the human body, and diseases around the kidneys or kidneys often impede the waist. The diseases generally include renal abscess, peri-renal inflammation, acute pyelonephritis, etc. These diseases can cause severe pain in the waist, and the pain caused by chronic pyelonephritis is not very severe, and generally shows a sore feeling.