What is Decreased urine output (oliguria)?
Urination is also called oliguria. This situation is where less than 400 milliliters of urine can be extracted in hours. Less frequent urination can indicate a number of other problems such as loss of body water, kidney failure, hypovolemic shock, urinary retention, and urinary tract infections. Many parts of the body can be affected due to reduced urination, including the brain, heart, stomach, blood, etc. Few complications such as feeling confused in the body, epilepsy, anemia, and heart failure also develop due to less frequent urination.
Causes of Decreased urine output (oliguria):
Due to infection.
When there is a shortage of water in the body.
Due to increased prostate gland.
In case of kidney infection.
Some medicines can also cause harm to the kidneys, causing problems with passing urine.
Due to insufficient blood supply to the kidneys.
Due to low blood pressure.
Due to liver disease.
Causes of blood infection.
Symptoms of Decreased urine output (oliguria) :
Blood pressure decreases.
The patient suffers from lethargy.
Fewer tears come from the eyes.
Eyes fall inward.
Dark colored urine comes.
Muscles become weak.
There is an excess of thirst.
Irritability occurs in the patient.
Mouth dries up.
There is a complaint of bad smell from the mouth.
Sounds less audible.
The skin turns yellow.
There is a complaint of pain in bones.
Muscle pain persists.
Hunger seems to be reduced.
Vomiting is more frequent.
There are complaints of headaches.
There is a complaint of fever.
There is a complaint of dizziness.
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