Aches In The Left Waist To The Feet?
I am 25 years old and unmarried. I’m at home all the time, not moving. Then I tried skipping rope exercise 3 times this week. My feet are sore, especially after a few days of walking long distances. In addition, I often hold my pee. A few days ago I had pain in my left groin, felt like there was a stone inside. After that I tried to drink a lot and pee very often. Then the pain moved to the right groin. Now even the left waist is a bit sore, and the lower right stomach hurts a bit sometimes it goes away. And my feet are still sore. Does it have something to do with the kidneys and bladder?rnThank you, I’m waiting for the answer.
These complaints can be caused by:
muscle injury, for example due to excessive muscle strain, poor posture, urinary tract infection, stones in the urinary tract, infection or stones in the urinary tract, can cause symptoms such as pain during urination, an urge to urinate all the time, urine with blood, or pain in the lower abdomen or waist.
To relieve symptoms, the following can be done:
warm up before exercising, try to keep the body active, it is better to exercise according to physical ability, not to lift heavy objects, eat food regularly, with a healthy and balanced menu, drink plenty of water, and don't hold back the feeling when you want to urinate, clean from front to back after urinating or defecating, use pants with comfortable materials and not too tight. If symptoms persist, it is recommended that you see a doctor. So that a physical examination and supporting tests such as urine tests or ultrasound can be carried out to help determine the underlying cause, including to determine whether it is related to the urinary tract. The doctor will provide the right treatment according to the results of the examination obtained.
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