Causes And Treatment For Urinary Tract Infections?
Good afternoon, I especially want to tell you about the symptoms that I experienced this end. “I have been searching to various websites about the symptoms that I experienced and it seems like I was affected by UTI may still be relatively mild. Symptoms include: frequent urination but only a little out, the color of urine is a bit cloudy, sometimes it even comes out blood.I’ve done treatment naturally u0026amp; simple things like: drinking enough water, not holding urinating, not drinking colored drinks, taking vitamin C and thank God spontaneously can recover but finally “This disease is starting to recur again and I have already been treated as above but it has never recovered. What I want to ask is whether I can buy antibiotics without the doctor’s advice?
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
First of all, establishing a diagnosis of your condition based solely on reading information on the internet is not recommended. The diagnosis must always be based on anamnesis and physical examination by a doctor, and if necessary also supporting examinations according to the indications found. Antibiotic drugs are also hard drugs so their use must be based on prescribing and supervision by doctors who deal with patients directly.
In general, complaints in the form of bloody urine can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Kidney inflammation (glomerulonephritis)
Stones in the urinary tract
Urinary tract infection
Malignancy in the urinary system, for example: bladder cancer
Disorders / diseases that affect the blood clotting system, for example: hemophilia, dengue fever
Side effects of certain drugs, for example: warfarin, aspirin, heparin
History of trauma to the urinary system, such as kidney trauma, bladder trauma
So that the cause of the symptoms of bloody urine can be properly identified, you are advised to check directly with a doctor, urologist, or internist. The doctor will do anamnesis, physical examination, and maybe a supporting examination if there are indications, for example: blood, urine, and ultrasonography (USG). Handling given will be adjusted to the disease that underlies the symptoms of bloody urine.
As a suggestion, we recommend that you take the following steps:
Drink enough water
Avoid the habit of holding urine
Eat balanced nutritious food regularly
Maintain hygiene of the genital area by washing genitals from front to back after urinating.
To enrich insight, you can read articles about bloody urine. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.