Continuous Pain Accompanied By Pain And Burning After Urinating?
Good night, I urinate constantly, and there is pain and burning after urinating .. Some also bleed a little while urinating. Please answer
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based on your complaint, it is likely caused by a condition / disease in the urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra), such as:
1. urinary tract infections (UTI). namely the growth of bacteria in the urinary tract. symptoms that arise in the form of pain in the waist / back or groin, lower abdominal pain, pain and burning like burning during urination, difficulty holding urination, frequent urination, but a little bit, fever to chills, nausea, vomiting, cloudy urine color and blood can be found in the urine, strong urine odor, and body weakness.
2. urinary tract stones (BSK). the presence of stones in the urinary tract due to a buildup of mineral deposits in the urinary tract. the presence of BSK can also cause UTI. symptoms of BSK are almost the same as UTI, namely pain in the lower abdomen, pain during urination, always wanting to urinate but difficult to come out and urinate faltering, thick urine, and found blood in urine.
3. obstructive uropathy. namely blocked urinary tract that can be caused by several causes such as the presence of diseases of the urinary tract (urinary tract stones, tumors or cancer of the urinary tract, the presence of infection or inflammation) or the presence of anatomic abnormalities in the urinary tract. symptoms that arise are similar to symptoms that occur in UTI and BSK.
To ensure the situation you are experiencing and if the complaint is felt to be more severe such as pain does not decrease, fever develops, and to interfere with your activities, I suggest you should consult a specialist in internal medicine or urology specialist directly so that the doctor can do a more complete examination including blood tests, ultrasound and other supporting examinations so that the doctor can provide the right treatment for you. things you need to consider at home is drinking lots of water> 2 liters per day, avoid the habit of holding back urination, washing the female area until clean after urinating, avoiding the use of female cleansing soap, and do not delay checking with your doctor.
so .. hopefully can help.