How To Deal With Patients With Bladder Tract Infections?
, I have taken medicine and still love to relapse, what should I do? thank you
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Urinary tract infection is an infection that enters and affects the urinary system. This condition occurs because microorganisms such as fungi, bacteria or viruses enter the urinary tract and cause inflammation and irritation of the urinary tract.
Some of the conditions below can trigger urinary tract infections, such as:
1. contamination of microorganisms from the rectal area, such as water contamination when cleaning the rectum after bowel movements
2. hematogenous infection or blood distribution to the urethra
3. complications from ureteral stones or ureteral tumors
4. complications from the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases
5. complications of vaginal infections in women
Handling is given with the initial step of examination by the doctor, if necessary, the doctor will conduct a supporting examination such as blood or urine examination, or maybe an ultrasound examination is continued to determine the cause. After the cause of the UTI is known, treatment is given with antibiotics, and surgery is done if it is caused by ureteral stones.
In connection with your question, if you have checked yourself, and get treatment from your doctor, but complaints of urinary tract infections often recur, then you need to know the exact cause of complaints of this infection. If the cause is not eliminated and not avoided, then complaints of this infection will often recur. For example urinary tract infections as a result of sexually transmitted infections, the prevention is done by avoiding risky sex and / or avoiding marital sex, and or avoiding free sex. Thus, the cause of urinary tract infections can be avoided.
Da if urinary tract infections are still recurring or bothering you, then you should consult again with the doctor who treats you to determine the cause and continue treatment.
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