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Why Kids Have Painful Pee

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Why Kids Have Painful Pee

Last Updated on December 5, 2021 by Shield Bedwetting Alarm

Here we talk about some of the typical painful causes of pee in children. If a child experiences any of the symptoms, it might suggest a urinary tract infection (UTI) or a injury from the genital regions. It can also signal stones stuck in the urinary tract. These stones are small masses of nutritional supplements that get stuck in the urinary tract. Urinary tract contains of kidneys, liver, urethra and ureters.

UTI’s are among the most popular painful causes of pee. Research demonstrates that from the time kids are 5, approximately 8 percent of girls and about 1-2 percent of boys have had at least one UTI. A kid with the UTI disease experiences pain since bacteria develop into bladder and also irritates the bladder walls. Urinary tract infections are more common in women because women have shorter urethra, making it a lot easier for the bacteria to go to the bladder. Skin irritation around vagina or urethra can also be among the typical painful urination causes of women.

You can also notice your kid peeing more often than normal to overcome the pain. But, generally the child will pass just small quantity of urine because the bladder might not have accumulated a lot of urine, since they last urinated.

Symptoms of UTIs vary based on age. As kids grow older, the symptoms vary and therefore are reflected in painful urination.

What you need to do?

  • It is best to consult with your child’s pediatrician and discuss the particulars
  • In case of a very small child or kid, you may want to check for diaper rash that does not get better or does not improve over time
  • Follow the treatment program recommended by the pediatrician rigidly
  • Make sure that your child drinks adequate amount of fluids. For UTI, pediatricuans often recommend water and other fluids like cranberry juice
  • Talk your child’s progress with the Physician in couple days as a follow up and a follow on visit may also be beneficial

Ways you can try to avoid UTI

  • UTIs could bring about the frequent need to pee, even if the bladder isn’t complete, and they can lead to bedwetting in young kids
  • Purchase a bedwetting alarm that assist prevent night bedwetting in children
  • Change soiled Bags and clothes at routine periods
  • Buy waterproof mattress pads and urine stain removers to stop your expensive mattress from filthy stain spots
  • Talk to your child and encourage them to report painful urination incidents and any unusual bowel movements
  • Wesleyser
    August 30, 2018

    My son has had UTI and I was really surprised. Got him a bedwetting alarm to overcome nighttime wetting. Best decision ever.

  • Richard
    August 23, 2018

    I didn’t know this was true. Thanks for the good information.