Urinary System. Ashley Morgade, Nick Perez, Kayla Lopez, TJ ”APPLE HEAD ” Martin MRS. HILL IS YOUR #1 FAN…… LOVE AND MISS YOU ALL 4 TH PERIOD ! . Urinary System. The urinary system which is also called the renal system is the system that stores, produces, and eliminates urine.
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Ashley Morgade, Nick Perez, Kayla Lopez,
TJ ”APPLE HEAD” Martin
MRS. HILL IS YOUR #1 FAN……
LOVE AND MISS YOU ALL 4TH PERIOD!
The urethra is longer than the females.
Females can get infections easier because of the proximity to the vagina.
Males though share their reproductive organ with the urinary track.
Males can et infections due to it’s closeness to the prostate.
What causes Cystitis?
1. Stress incontinence. This is loss of urine when you exert pressure — stress — on your bladder by coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercising or lifting something heavy. Stress incontinence occurs when the sphincter muscle of the bladder is weakened. In women, physical changes resulting from pregnancy, childbirth and menopause can cause stress incontinence. In men, removal of the prostate gland can lead to stress incontinence.
2. Urge incontinence. This is a sudden, intense urge to urinate, followed by an involuntary loss of urine. Your bladder muscle contracts and may give you a warning of only a few seconds to a minute to reach a toilet. With urge incontinence, you may need to urinate often, including throughout the night. Urge incontinence may be caused by urinary tract infections, bladder irritants, bowel problems, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, stroke, injury or nervous system damage associated with multiple sclerosis. If there's no known cause, urge incontinence is also called overactive bladder.
3. Overflow incontinence. If you frequently or constantly dribble urine, you may have overflow incontinence, which is an inability to empty your bladder. Sometimes you may feel as if you never completely empty your bladder. When you try to urinate, you may produce only a weak stream of urine. This type of incontinence may occur in people with a damaged bladder, blocked urethra or nerve damage from diabetes, multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injury. In men, overflow incontinence can also be associated with prostate gland problems.
4. Mixed incontinence. If you experience symptoms of more than one type of urinary incontinence, such as stress incontinence and urge incontinence, you have mixed incontinence.
5. Functional incontinence. Many older adults, especially people in nursing homes, experience incontinence simply because a physical or mental impairment keeps them from making it to the toilet in time. For example, a person with severe arthritis may not be able to unbutton his or her pants quickly enough. This is called functional incontinence.