Associated Urinary Tract Infections With Menstrual Blood?
Good night dokDok I want to ask, my wife has anyang due to hold urination. Occurrence yes around Tuesday and on Wednesday night yes I consulted a doctor and given antibiotics and pain medication yes and on Wednesday yes my wife is menstruating and still experiencing pain in the part below the navel, which is my question whether anyang plaque can affect menstruation so that the dirty blood coming out becomes less?
Anyang Anyangan can be caused due to urinary tract infections. Urinary tract infections are caused due to bacteria. Symptoms are plague, lower abdominal pain, low back pain, urine is cloudy and smelly, BAK feels hot, pain during BAK, sometimes fever can be found. The examination carried out is by history taking, physical examination, and if necessary a urine test and blood test. Handling urinary tract infections are antibiotics and painkillers.
Associated with menstruation, anyang anyang generally not related to menstrual blood. It's just that any plait is accompanied by lower abdominal pain and along with menstruation, the possibility of discomfort in the stomach will be increasingly felt.
Is your wife currently feeling less menstrual blood? Less menstrual blood than usual can be influenced by several factors including genetic, puberty or near menopause, drastic weight changes, exercise too heavy, smoking habits, side effects of contraception, polycystic ovary syndrome, and asherman's syndrome.
To help expedite menstruation and reduce complaints of anyang plait, your wife can do the following tips:
Get enough rest
Do not hold urine
Drink a lot of water
Consumption of drugs according to doctor's recommendations, antibiotics are consumed until exhausted
Warm compresses on the stomach if there is pain / cramps
Maintain ideal body weight
Meet the nutritional needs
Manage stress well
Exercise regularly, but avoid sports that are too heavy
If after the drug runs out the wife is still plaiting, the wife should control return to the treating doctor so that evaluation can be carried out and further treatment can be given. While if the wife experiences fewer menstrual periods during several menstrual cycles, your wife should consult an obstetrician so that she can ascertained the cause and can be given more appropriate handling yes.
Hope it helps you,