Causes And Ways To Deal With Stomachaches, Back Pain And Fever?
Hello, good afternoon, doctor. I want to ask, I had a back pain yesterday, but after taking the medicine, it would be better if I sat for a long time when I was awkward, still feeling sick, my back pain from Thursday and it came suddenly. The doctor didn’t even fall, but now I have fallen it’s better not to be sick anymore as long as you don’t sit too long r nBut now my stomach and upper abdomen and lower chest are precisely maybe the solar plexus feels bad, sometimes like there is a sudden tense until it feels in my body throat also fever doctor begging for enlightenment, Thank you, I’m 22 years old, doctor
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Low back pain, discomfort in the upper abdomen to the throat, and also fever can occur together due to infection of the urinary tract (UTI).
UTI is usually caused by an increase in bacteria from the genitals and anus to the urinary tract. This condition is more prone to occur in women, especially those who have been sexually active. The trigger could be due to poor hygiene of intimate organs, normal vaginal flora population that is disrupted, immune system that is not optimal, and so on. Symptoms that arise are often in the form of disturbances during urination, namely pain, not smooth, not lampias, often accompanied by thick urine, smelling, even sometimes accompanied by fever. However, not only that, it could also, sufferers of UTI experiencing other complaints, such as low back pain, fever, chills, muscle and joint pain, decreased appetite, weakness, and so on. As a result of stress experienced by the body due to UTI, there can also be an increase in stomach acid which makes the gut to the throat feels uncomfortable, such as lumps, tightness, sore, or nausea.
Apart from UTIs, your complaints may also occur due to other triggers, for example typhoid fever, hepatitis, dengue fever (gastroenteritis), gastroenteritis (digestive infections), dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), kidney stones, inflammation of the intestine, pelvic inflammation, pre menstrual syndrome, endometriosis, and so on.
We suggest that you first try the following steps to improve your complaint:
Compress the waist that feels painful and the stomach feels uncomfortable with warm water
Avoid massage of the waist or stomach, especially without a doctor's supervision
Drink more water
Don't make it a habit of holding back the urge to urinate
Avoid excessive stress
Don't shout too often
However, if the complaint is felt not to improve after more than 3 days, you should not delay checking yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that it is handled well huh ..
I hope this helps.