Causes Of Left Back Pain After Frequent Urination?
Hello .. My name is eeng, I now feel pain in the left kidney, maybe it’s because I often hold back urination … And is it possible to destroy a large kidney stone by not operating?
Hello Eeng, Thank you for the question.
Have you done further consultation with your doctor to determine the cause? Complaints of left back pain are not necessarily caused by disorders of the kidney but can be caused by several other conditions. This complaint can be caused by disorders of the kidneys if accompanied by symptoms associated with urination such as frequent BAK, pain during BAK, difficulty holding BAK, incomplete feeling after BAK, difficult BAK, difficult urine mixed with blood. The following are some of the causes of left back pain:
kidney infection kidney stone hernia nucleus pulposus narrowing of the spinal cord nerve muscle pain If this complaint has been going on for a long time please consult your doctor immediately. In addition to interviewing you, your doctor needs to examine you and perform other assessments such as blood tests, urine testing, ultrasound, CT scan, or MRI. Furthermore, the doctor will determine further treatment depending on what condition you are experiencing. If it is caused by kidney stones, the handling depends on the size of the kidney stone. For large kidney stones, the doctor will recommend further action in the form of extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) to break stones, ureteroscopy, percutaneous nephrolithotomy, and open bed. Please consult with your doctor first, yes. If you experience difficult complaints of urination, urine mixed with blood, high fever, or weakness in your legs, please immediately visit your nearest emergency room.
In the meantime, please do the following suggestions: increase your consumption of water, avoid the habit of holding urinating, improve your posture when sitting and standing, avoid lifting heavy loads by bending over, do warm compresses on the affected part, and consume pain relievers such as paracetamol if the pain is very annoying.
I hope this helps.