There are over 28, hospital admissions as a result of alcohol misuse each year, and 22, premature deaths because of it. But even so, it must surely be hard to drink so much that your bladder bursts? Until now, certainly, doctors expected to see bladder rupture only in people with abnormal or previously damaged bladders, or in men - who were more likely to be hardcore alcoholics. In fact, alcohol-induced bladder rupture was considered an exclusively male problem. This drunken equality is starting to produce some serious side effects in women too.
In men , the urethra is a tube that runs from the bladder through the penis. In women it runs from the bladder through the pelvis. The urethra carries urine from the bladder outside the body. Two common STDs that can cause this symptom include chlamydia and gonorrhea.
A year-old male presented after a binge of alcohol with acute onset, rapidly progressive distension of abdomen, hematuria, oligoanuria and dialysis dependent renal failure. Evaluation revealed ascitic fluid with high creatinine and computed tomography cystogram showed contrast leak into the peritoneum. Retrograde cystoscopy confirmed rupture of the bladder. He had prompt diuresis after indwelling Foley's catheter was placed. By 2 weeks, he had recovered renal function completely.
Cystitis is a problem in which pain, pressure, or burning in the bladder is present. Most often, this problem is caused by germs such as bacteria. Cystitis may also be present when there is no infection. The exact cause of noninfectious cystitis is often not known.
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