The collection of urine
The filtration of blood
Lymphatic circulation in the kidney
The clearance of toxins
The presence of an enlarged spermatic cord
The presence of stool in the sigmoid region
The client has a distended or full bladder
A blockage of the ureter
Inflammation of the inguinal region
Inflammation of the peritoneum
Inflammation of the kidneys
This is a common and normal symptom after delivery.
Your bladder is stretched from pregnancy. These symptoms should soon resolve.
The symptoms that you are experiencing are often the result of sexually transmitted infections.
The symptoms are consistent with a urinary tract infection. After having a baby, the bladder may not empty completely, increasing susceptibility to urinary tract infections (UTIs).
Benign prostatic hypertrophy
Urinary tract infections
Changes in progesterone levels after menopause often cause urinary leakage.
After menopause, the uterus loses elasticity and enlarges, which can press on the bladder and cause leakage of urine.
There is a decrease in estrogen after menopause, which affects the strength of the pubic muscles and can lead to urine leakage.
The decrease in estrogen after menopause can cause spasm of the bladder and leakage of urine.
Discuss that renal calculi are usually caused by bacteria.
Discuss the importance of taking all of the antibiotic medication, even when symptoms subside.
Drink enough fluid in a 24-hour period to produce 2 quarts of urine.
Recommend calling the health care provider if a fever develops.
A distended bladder
The client appears fatigued
Indications of pruritis
Crackles at the bases of the lungs
Assess the infant's sleep patterns
Assess the infant's bowel elimination patterns
Assess the infant's urinary elimination patterns
Assess the infant's dietary patterns
Extended midclavicular line
Early identification of people at risk
Control of diabetes and hypertension
Education related to diet and exercise
Routine glucose screening
This is a normal, expected finding.
Ask the client about a previous history of renal problems.
The nurse should notify the health care provider.
Additional assessment of the abdomen is needed.
"He is a little old to still be wetting the bed."
"Is he embarrassed about his bed wetting?"
"This is not unusual for children of his age."
"Bed wetting occurs more often in girls than in boys."
Pulse rate of 68
Blood pressure 106/82
Temperature of 101.2°F
“I am not going to drink much water because it burns so bad when I use the bathroom.”
“The nurse said that I need to cleanse my genital area from front to back.”
“I am not going to wear tight clothes anymore.”
“I need to urinate after I have intercourse with my boyfriend."