A Frequent Cause Of Urinating Accompanied By Aches And Pains In The Right Back?
Good afternoon, my partner initially felt a continuous urination accompanied by pain, then now suddenly pain in the right back, diagnosis what happened to my partner? Thank you
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Urinary pain with painful sensations, such as burning, or tingling in the urethra and genitals is called dysuria. This condition can also be accompanied by abdominal or low back pain. Some possible causes of dysuria symptoms accompanied by low back pain include:
Urinary tract stones, complaints in the form of pain when urinating, accompanied by symptoms of sandy urine or small stones coming out with urine, can be accompanied by bloody urine
Acute cystitis, is the most common cause of dysuria in women, namely inflammation of the bladder, complaints of symptoms of inflammation of the lower urinary tract (pain when urinating, increased urinary frequency, more frequent urination at night), more frequent urination, and pain lower back or pain in the lower abdomen, may be accompanied by bloody or cloudy urine
Uretritis, an inflammation of the lower urinary tract, symptoms similar to acute cystitis, may be accompanied by turbid urine
Problems with the prostate gland, for example: benign prostate enlargement, prostate cancer
Sexually transmitted infections
Mechanical trauma to the genitals or around the pelvis
Anatomical abnormalities of the urinary tract
Drug side effects
We recommend that your partner be consulted directly to a doctor, urologist, or internist in order to be evaluated and treated appropriately. The doctor will perform a systematic history, a comprehensive physical examination, and consider supporting examinations if there are indications, for example: urine, blood, and ultrasound (abdominal) ultrasound examination. The treatment given will be adjusted to the diagnosis of the disease causing the symptoms.
As a suggestion, your partner is advised to take the following steps:
Inadequate drinking needs, at least 8 glasses a day or as directed by your treating doctor
Avoid the habit of holding urine too long
Maintain personal hygiene, including cleaning the genital area by always washing from front to back after defecating
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