Can The Consumption Of Antibiotic Drugs For Pain Relief In Patients With Kidney Cysts?
HealthReplies.com … I am Astri the child of Mrs. Grandson. I want to ask the trust that suffered by my mother now. Already the consul and ultrasound turned out to have cysts in the Ginjan and Btu Kidneys … The effect was often sudden pain in the right back until chills and defecating constantly … In the drug given by other doctors instead in the treatment of Ulcer drug did not reduce pain. On the website you can give antibiotics for pain relief, but what is the name of the medicine? Please explain, DokKalo does have to operate, what is the cost?
Hello Astri, thank you for asking.
Kidney cysts and kidney stones can indeed cause back or low back pain. These symptoms are not always felt. Symptoms appear with increasing size and number of cysts and stones. Kidney cysts can be single or multiple. In some people, kidney cysts can be a congenital polycystic syndrome. Kidney cysts are generally small and cause no symptoms, and rarely turn into malignant tumors. However, if the cyst gets bigger, the cyst may compress the kidneys and surrounding structures, causing symptoms. Kidney stones can also be single or multiple and come in various sizes. Kidney stones can be made of calcium oxalate, magnesium, or uric acid. The larger and more kidney stones, the more likely symptoms occur.
Increased frequency of bowel movements is not directly related to kidney disorders. Doctors give drugs for gastric disorders because one possible cause of increased frequency of bowel movements is gastric irritation.
Regarding the antibiotics that you ask, hope you understand very well that antibiotics are not a pain reliever. Antibiotics are drugs to treat bacterial infections, not to treat pain. The use of antibiotics must be on the doctor's recommendation. You are not allowed to buy antibiotics without a prescription, although there are currently many pharmacies that sell antibiotics freely, this is wrong. Indiscriminate use of antibiotics will cause side effects such as allergies, and increase the risk of developing antibiotic resistant bacteria. Antibiotic resistant bacteria will make treatment very difficult, very expensive, and the risk of fatality is very high.
Then consult properly with the doctor who treats your mother. The doctor will determine whether your mother should undergo surgery or not. Operations considerations include the patient's general condition, kidney function, and the function of other organs. Talk about this with your doctor and family. In the meantime, you can give pain relievers such as paracetamol, but it must be in the recommended dosage. If undesirable effects occur, stop taking the drug immediately.
Hopefully this information can help you find a solution. Regards.