Back Pain Accompanied By Difficult BAK?
At night, I want to ask, my husband has difficulty urinating, if he wants to urinate for a long time then he comes out and if he walks his back hurts, why is that wrong ??
Hello Putra Kelana,
Difficulty urinating in men can be caused by several of the following diseases:
Urinary tract infection
Urinary tract stones
Prostate enlargement: Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), prostatitis, prostate cancer
Sexually transmitted infections
Most of the above diseases can cause complaints of difficulty urinating, must straining to start urinating, when the urine is not fluent, sometimes urine is accompanied by blood. Pain can vary from starting around the waist radiating to the groin, pain in the lower abdomen at the end of urination, burning sensation around the genitals, and so on.
To make a diagnosis, your doctor needs to ask for a complete history of your complaints, do a physical examination directly, and perform additional examinations such as urine analysis, x-rays, ultrasound, or MRI. Handling that will be given usually depends on the disease that causes the complaint you feel. If caused due to infection, the treatment given is in the form of antibiotics that must be consumed for the duration of a certain day. In addition, doctors will also provide pain relief drugs. If urinary stones are found, treatment can be in the form of conservative therapy for more water consumption and medication and also invasive therapy for breaking stones to get out or surgery, it all depends on the location of the stone and its size. Other causes also require further evaluation with a doctor to determine the appropriate therapy.
Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.