More commonly known as painful urination, one of the best ways to avoid or treat dysuria is by boosting your water intake. If you increase the amount of water you drink every day, this will cause an increase in urination. Oftentimes, the irritant that may be causing the dysuria will be flushed out. By ensuring that your internal urinary system is clean, there is a much lower chance of experiencing the pain of dysuria. You should already consume 8-10 glasses of water per day, but if suffering from dysuria, increase your intake to at least 2 liters.
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