The causes of Urinary Obstruction depend on their type. Some types of Urinary Obstruction are present at birth and are called congenital. This condition occurs if there is a blockage in one or both of the tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder. Urinary Obstruction is treatable, but if left untreated, symptoms can quickly move from mild to severe.
There are various signs and symptoms of Urinary Obstruction. Patients who have stones may experience severe pain. A gradual blockage usually develops slowly and builds over time. At first, symptoms can seem mild, but can quickly worsen. The following symptoms may indicate a blocked ureter or urinary tract obstruction:
Different types of Urinary Obstruction have different causes including:
Urinary Obstruction treatment aims to remove blockages if possible. There are several ways to treat the condition including:
1. Drainage Procedures
A Urinary Obstruction that causes severe pain may need an immediate procedure to remove urine from your body and temporarily relieve the problems caused by a blockage.
2. Surgical Procedures
Urinary obstruction surgery may be performed through one of these surgical approaches:
Treatment might include antibiotics to clear associated infections. However, there is a drug usually recommended to treat Urinary Obstruction:
This medicine helps relax the muscles in the prostate and the opening of the bladder. As a result, the drug may help increase the flow of urine and lessen the symptoms.