Many people have occasional episodes of brief discomfort while urinating, but when you experience pain during urination, you may be suffering from a condition known as dysuria.
Dysuria is the feeling of pain, burning or discomfort experienced during urination in the tube that carries urine out of your bladder (urethra) or the area surrounding your genitals (perineum). In some cases, your body may also feel overheated.
Dysuria is a not a disease in itself, just a symptom of other diseases. It is very common among both men and women, ages 18 to 50. Women are more prone to it than men.
The most common cause of painful urination in women is a urinary tract infection due to bacteria. In men, urethritis and certain prostate conditions can cause this problem.
Urinary tract infections are some of the most frequent clinical bacterial infections in women, accounting for nearly 25 percent of all infections. More than 50 percent of women will develop a UTI and UTI symptoms in their lifetimes, and because antibiotics are the most common conventional treatment for UTIs, bacteria have become antibiotic-resistant and recurring infections are a major concern.
Other common conditions that may cause painful urination are kidney stones, chlamydia, cystitis (bladder infection), genital herpes, kidney infection, prostatitis (prostate inflammation), sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), vaginal infections and yeast infections (vaginal). Poor hygiene and dehydration may also cause this problem.
Proper diagnosis will help determine the cause and any necessary treatment.
For this reason, it’s important to use home remedies for UTIs that eliminate bacteria completely and reduce the risk of developing recurrent urinary tract infections and can help prevent and treat the pain and burning associated with dysuria.
1.Increase Water Intake
Keep up your water intake to help cure painful urination. Water will help fix the problem by flushing infection-causing bacteria as well as toxins out of your body.
Moreover, it will prevent dehydration, which can worsen your condition. Water will also bring any excess heat in the body to a normal level and promote frequent urination.
Drink plenty of water throughout the day. You can also eat water-based fruits and vegetables. Soups, smoothies, juices and broths will also help keep your body hydrated.
2. Warm Compresses
You can also soothe the pain with warm compresses. The heat will help minimize bladder pressure and reduce pain.
Apply a warm compress on your lower abdomen for 5 minutes. Wait for some time and then reapply.
You can also use a heating pad to get relief from the pain.
3. Plain Yogurt
Plain, unsweetened yogurt with active cultures is also helpful. The active cultures help keep bad bacteria at bay and promote the growth of healthy bacteria.
eat yogurt for dysuria
It aids in fighting off any infection that can cause the condition and helps maintain a healthy vaginal pH balance.
Eat 2 to 3 cups of plain yogurt daily. You can even try yogurt smoothies.
Lemon also works well to reduce certain symptoms relating to painful urination. Lemon juice, although acidic, has an alkalizing effect on the body. In addition, its citric acid and strong antibacterial and antiviral properties help prevent this problem.
Squeeze the juice of 1 lemon into a glass of lukewarm water.
Add 1 teaspoon of raw honey and mix well.
Drink it on an empty stomach in the morning on a regular basis.