Honey, at least tell me your gender and age. Men recommend that you pay attention to male lower urinary tract symptoms. It describes the whole process in detail. The prevalence of male LUTS increases with age. LUTS often has a significant negative impact on the quality of life of patients. A survey of more than 5,000 male community residents aged 65 or older without a history of prostate cancer in the United States found that 46% reported moderate to severe LUTS symptoms. Another community study found that the prevalence of LUTS increased steadily with age until the age of 90-99, affecting 70% of men over 80. LUTS can be divided into storage period, urination period and post-urination symptoms . Men with LUTS may report one or any combination of symptoms. The symptoms of LUTS often fluctuate over time and may relieve themselves . LUTS can also cause severe sleep disorders, increased depressive symptoms, and reduced activity of daily living.
Urinary storage symptoms - urinary storage symptoms, i. e. symptoms occurring during bladder filling and urinary storage, include:
Urine urgency - sudden intense urination, unable to postpone.
Frequency of daytime urination - The patient's feeling of urinating during the day is too frequent.
Night urination - need to get up at night to urinate.
Urgent urinary incontinence - involuntary urination accompanied by or at the onset of urinary intent.
Urinary symptoms - Urinary symptoms occur in the process of urinary discharge, including:
Slow urinary flow - The patient feels slower urinary flow, usually compared with previous urinary flow or sometimes by observing other men. Urinary bifurcation or dispersion may be reported.
Intermittent or intermittent flow of urine - intermittent flow of urine, one or more times during urination.
Delayed micturition --- difficulty in starting micturition and delayed flow of urine after the patient is ready to micturition.
Urinary effort --- Abdominal muscle effort is required to start, maintain or increase uri