If you have inflammation of the urinary canals, you’ll feel the need to go to the bathroom more often. The same will happen if you suffer from an overactive bladder disorder.
How many times have you put off going to the bathroom? How exactly is this dangerous? What can happen if you put off going to the bathroom for a long time?
Doctor Benjamin Braker revealed what can happen if you put off going to the bathroom, and how dangerous it can be.
The body’s capacity to retain urine is different each time, and is based on the amount of urine that someone can produce, which is caused by the status quo ante of hydration and fluid intake, as well as bladder function and hypersensitivity – the doctor explained. Most women can retain urine for three to six hours.
There are no specific complications resulting from retention of urine, but there is a higher risk of inflammation of the urinary channels, which is treated with antibiotics. If you have inflammation of the urinary channels, you’ll need to go to the bathroom more often. You’ll need to do the same if you’re suffering from an overactive bladder disorder. If you suddenly realize you’re urinating more often, immediately go to the doctor.
You know it’s important to be hydrated, but drinking a lot of water has and irritating side, the need to go to the bathroom every few minutes. Some people have more sensitive bladders, so they have to go to the bathroom when they have even the least amount of urine in it. It is okay to try turning away from the thoughts and needs of going to the bathroom, says the doctor. This could extend your bladder in a healthy way, but you shouldn’t expect major changes.
So, if you feel the need to urinate, it’s not dangerous to keep it in. But, nevertheless, because of your own pleasantness, whenever you can, empty your bladder.