Can Uterine Polyps Cause Heat And Pain In The Urinary Tract?
Thank you for the question.
Uterine polyp is an abnormal growth hanging on the uterine wall which is often benign. When enlarged or twisted, these polyps can cause abdominal pain. In addition, the presence of polyps in the uterus also often triggers abnormal vaginal bleeding and fertility disorders.
However, in addition to uterine polyps, there are actually many other conditions that are indeed more characteristic of causing heat and pain around the urinary tract and stomach, for example urinary tract infections (UTIs). This UTI is susceptible to women because of the close distance between the anus and the external genitals with the urinary tract, compared to men. Poor personal hygiene, unhealthy sexual activity, and changes in the balance of normal flora in the vagina can be the trigger. Not only pain and heat, UTI also often makes the sufferer feel plait, fever, nausea, chills, stinging urine, even containing blood. In addition to UTI, other conditions, such as myoma, cystitis, bladder stones, pre menstrual syndrome, endometriosis, psychological disorders, food poisoning, pelvic inflammation, etc. can also trigger complaints as you experience today.
To be clear, your condition needs to be checked directly to a doctor or internist. Usually, in order to make the diagnosis correctly, your doctor will recommend that you undergo an x-ray examination, ultrasound, or others. Meanwhile, the pain and heat you should relieve first by:
Warm compresses your stomach Get plenty of rest Drink plenty of water Do not like to delay eating time Eat clean and well-cooked foods Do not also like to hold back urination Always keep the cleanliness of your sex organs Do not do free sex Hopefully it helps yes ..