Causes Of Pain In The Bladder Area?
My friend complained of bladder pain, but everything was normal. Why is that? Can be explained?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain in the bladder area, or meaning in the lower abdomen can be caused by various things, including the following:
Urinary tract infection, which is also characterized by frequent urination and pain when urinating Inflammation of the bladder or cystitis which is also characterized by a burning or burning sensation when urinating, there is blood in the urine and strong smelling urine Injury caused by a collision or impact on the area Kidney stones In women, there can also be pain in the lower abdominal area due to menstruation, endometriosis and inflammation of the female organs
So, more information is needed about what you mean by normal, whether you have had a blood test or urine test, have you done a physical examination by a doctor, and if your friend is a girl, what about her menstrual cycle so far. Our advice, if you haven't checked with a doctor, check with a general practitioner for further tests. Your general practitioner will then determine where the disease is going through the tests that we have presented which, if your doctor finds it difficult, will be referred to the appropriate specialist.
Meanwhile, what you can tell your friends is to consume more water, keep the pubic area clean by regularly changing underwear, avoid cigarette smoke and stress, and increase the consumption of nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit. To help reduce pain temporarily, you can also do a warm compress to the sore area and take painkillers that are sold freely by reading the instructions for use listed. I wish your friend a speedy recovery.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa