Causes And Ways To Overcome Anyang-anyangan?
Good afternoon, I’m asking, I feel the end, I feel anyangan, I feel the amniotic fluid in every bathroom, my underwear is wet? I don’t have my normal menstruation, my period is not early am mid? ksh know the answer yes .. Thank you
Anyang-anyangan is often caused by urinary tract infections. Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a bacterial infection of the urinary tract, from the kidneys to the urethra. Symptoms can include pain when urinating (BAK), chewing, frequent BAK, cloudy urine, smelly urine, and hot urine. Sometimes it is also accompanied by lower abdominal pain, low back pain, and fever.
The test to confirm a UTI is by means of urine tests and blood tests if necessary. UTI treatment is with antibiotics to treat bacterial infections and pain relief as well as reduce fever if needed to reduce complaints.
But apart from being a UTI, anyang-anyangan can also be caused by other conditions such as:
Drink very much, for example at dawn or at night
1st and 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Psychological anxiety or tension
The effect of side effects of diuretic drugs
Regarding the delay in menstruation, if you are already sexually active, try doing a test pack 1 week after a late menstruation. If negative, repeat the testpack 1 week after the first testpack. Delay in menstruation can be caused by pregnancy, hormonal instability, side effects of contraceptives, stress, fatigue, drastic weight changes, cysts, polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disease, and chronic disease.
For now you can do the following tips first:
Don't hold your pee
Drink a lot of water
Keep your sex organs clean
Wash the vagina from front to back, not upside down
Get enough rest
Get regular exercise
Manage stress well
Maintain ideal body weight
Get used to a healthy lifestyle
If the tips above do not improve, you should check with your doctor directly so that you can be examined further to ensure your condition and then you can be given maximum treatment. Likewise, if your period is more than 3 months late without pregnancy, also consult your obstetrician.
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y