Holding Pee For Long Time!! Beware You Might Be At Risk
By: Pinki Wed, 12 July 2017 2:55 PM
The need to go to the bathroom is completely natural, which is why we need to do it with a certain frequency so that our bodies can eliminate all of the excess and waste product that it doesn’t need.
The habit that many people have of holding their pee can have grave consequences. Those periods of retention can produce severe urinary infections, bacterial infections that affect the urinary tract. This occurs due to the germs present in urine that have been sitting too long in the bladder. As time goes on, these infections can spread to the kidneys and lead to much more serious conditions like those that we will see now.
1. Kidney Stone
People who are prone to the development of kidney stones and who, for whatever reason, hold their pee, should pay heavy attention because the consequences of kidney stones can be much worse.
This is a problem that primarily affects women, and has to do with the inflammation of the walls of the bladder, most commonly called cystitis.
3. Bladder Swelling
The average bladder can store up to 15 ounces of liquid. If you drink eight glasses of water a day, the amount of liquid you consume amounts to approximately 64 ounces, or that is to say that an average bladder can hold up to around a quarter of the water you drink each day; so it doesn’t actually help if you are a person who regularly consumes liquids to keep your body well-hydrated and your kidneys in good shape if you do not also make it a priority to go to the bathroom the moment you feel the need to.
4. Cramps and Fever
Fever, caused by the effect of the bacteria present in urine that were not properly expelled from the body.. Due to holding urine for a long time might lead to cramps in lower abdomen and sever pain, leading to infection