Do People Who Have A History Of Urinary Tract Infections Get Appendicitis?
Excuse me, my husband is about to go out for 3 weeks, he was sick, he went to the clinic, then the doctor said he was diagnosed with typhus and urinary tract infection. 3 times have been treated but it hasn’t healed. My husband also likes to feel right stomach pain, but sometimes it can get lumbago and left abdominal pain, several times my husband has also had it massaged and the pain likes it or not. The heat sometimes appears sometimes or not, but at night it’s always hot. I searched on google including the symptoms of appendicitis, but if the leg is bent it doesn’t hurt, it just likes the pain can’t be forgiven
Hello Nur, Thank you for the question.
Urinary tract infections cannot cause appendicitis. Appendicitis is caused by inflammation of the appendix, which is a sac-shaped organ connected to the large intestine. The cause of this disease is not known with certainty, but this inflammation can be caused by a blockage of the appendix due to enlarged lymph nodes around it or by stool. Patients may experience lower right abdominal pain that starts from abdominal pain in the middle of the stomach, accompanied by nausea, vomiting, fever, flatulence, diarrhea or constipation.
Right stomach pain can be caused by various conditions other than appendicitis, including:
urinary tract infection kidney stones gastroenteritis colitis muscle pain If these symptoms persist for a long time, please advise your husband to go back to the doctor. The doctor will return to ask your husband's complaints and check them. From this examination, the doctor will recommend further tests such as blood tests, urine tests, ultrasound, or CT scans to determine the cause. Then, the doctor will determine the next treatment for your husband. Without this examination, it is impossible to determine the cause of the complaint your husband is experiencing. Does your husband still experience complaints during BAK? If the urinary tract infection does not improve, consider consulting a urologist.
Please advise your husband to consume lots of water and avoid the habit of holding back BAK. Apply warm compresses to the sore stomach area or take paracetamol to temporarily relieve stomach pain.
Hope this information helps you.