Am I Still Infected With A Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)?
Greetings doctor, .. r n r nI am a 32-year-old man, I have been infected with UTI when I was 27 years old because of free sex and then got a doctor handler by injecting 2 times (the left and right buttocks) and recover where all the symptoms The UTI I experienced at that time was completely gone … r n r nBut a year ago I attended the MCU in my company applying and the doctor said there were symptoms of being infected with a UTI but only very few … and I graduated from work until the end of my contract at the company .. r n r nThen a week ago I followed the MCU in a new company, my urine was clear, I was declared qualified for work but I did not receive a copy of the results of the MCU from the company or where I did the MCU, in meaning that I pass means I am healthy (there is no disease that means right ??) even though I did not enter the company because I passed interviews in other companies that I think is more promising .. r n r nAnd .. Then I lapse of a week from my MCU is exactly a day ago I was following the MCU in this new company .. r n r nI went back to drink lots of water before the test and my urine was pure white. I detected high cholesterol and the doctor told me to take the treadmill test and there was absolutely no discussion about UTI like when I was MCU a year ago … and I am still waiting for the results of this MCU to pass or not … r n r What I want to ask here, doctor … is whether I am still infected (UTI) because in a day-to-day condition my BAK duration is normal, if I drink enough clean urine if I don’t drink enough, the urine is yellow like normal … nothing feels hot or sore. when BAAK but my urine flow rate is fast but without any burning or pain .. but if Mr. P when I press the hard flowing urine just feels sick .. r n r nPlease help doctor if this is still a symptom of UTI or there are other diseases .. r n r nThank you .. r n r nGreetings … r nAlenk86
Urinary tract infections / UTIs are caused due to bacterial infections. There are 2 UTIs in general, namely UTI above and UTI below. Top UTI symptoms include fever, low back pain, low back pain, groin pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Whereas lower UTI can cause symptoms of pain when urinating / urinating, plaiting, hot urine, cloudy urine, lower abdominal pain, stinging urine odor, and blood in the urine.
To ensure UTI examination required by doctors includes history / interview, physical examination, and supporting examinations, for example with a urine test, blood test, cystoscopy, ultrasound, or CT scan and MRI.
For your condition, you should avoid the habit of holding urine and pressing the penis when urinating. And to determine whether there is a UTI or not, you should discuss it directly with the doctor who examined you. UTI itself can recover completely, but did not rule out the possibility of getting UTI back in the future. UTI treatment is with antibiotics and given painkillers if necessary.
To prevent UTI, you can do the following tips:
Drink a lot of water
Do not hold urine
Get enough rest
Keep the penis clean
Avoid free sex, free sex can transmit urethritis (inflammation of the urethra / urinary tract in the penis) due to sexually transmitted diseases
Hope it helps you,