How Long Will The Fever Due To Urinary Tract Infection Go Away?
Tonight … after I checked the lab in the ER. I was diagnosed with urinary tract infection … after that I was given medicine and was advised to check in urology … my question my body was feverish .. when usually the fever was gone … I just consumed the medicine. 1 day … thanks
Thank you for the question.
Urinary tract infections (UTI) often occur because of the rise of bacteria from the genitals and outer anus into the urinary tract causing inflammation. Clinically, this condition is often characterized by plague, urine that is cloudy and has a pungent odor, blood in the urine, pain or burning sensation during urination, fever (chills), low back pain, nausea, vomiting, and even chills. The diagnosis of this disease can be made through examination of urine, blood, and several other supporting tests.
In most cases, this condition is mild and the symptoms will subside within 1-2 weeks. However, in more severe cases, the infection can also spread to the kidneys and make the disease more difficult and the longer the cure.
If you are currently being treated by a doctor, you should not panic. Live the medication as advised by your doctor. It does feel uncomfortable facing this disease. However, with patience and strong discipline, often this disease can be cured.
In order for the complaints to subside, in addition to undergoing a doctor's treatment, you should also do:
Drink at least 2-3 liters of water a day (especially white water) Don't get used to hold urination Never drink caffeinated and carbonated drinks, especially alcoholic. Eat regularly Improve the cleanliness of your sex organs, do not carelessly use soap or deodorizer around the genitals Don't do free sex Do not hold your genitals with dirty hands Drinking paracetamol so that it is feverish quickly eased multiply rest If your complaints have not improved for a long time, our advice, you check yourself back to the doctor for further treatment, yes. In order to complete handling, later you can be referred to an internist or urology surgeon.
Hope this helps ...