Incomplete Urination And There Is Blood Content In The Urine?
the doctor a few days ago I had complaints that urination was not complete, after being examined the doctor told me to check the urine, after checking my urine it was written positive 3 leukocytes, I asked the doctor he said my urine contained blood … r So what is the cause? then there is a cure? r nthank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Lekocytes or white blood cells are part of the immune system that functions to protect the body from infection and disease. The presence of leukocytes in the urine, coupled with the incomplete urinary symptoms you mentioned, indicates an ongoing infection in the urinary tract, also known as a UTI (urinary tract infection). The presence of blood in the urine is called a hematuria condition, and it can occur for many reasons, one of which is a UTI.
Among the risk factors for a person to get a UTI are:
Female, because women have a shorter urinary tract than men, so infections are easier to occur. Less hygiene, for example by not regularly changing underwear and cleaning the genitals, not from front to back People with low immune systems Menopausal women People with diabetes or high blood sugar levels
Of course, the doctor who examined you should have made a precise diagnosis, as there are other possibilities such as kidney stones or bladder infection. Regarding handling, your doctor should have given you when the urine examination was explained to you. Among them are antibiotics, and drugs to treat other symptoms such as painkillers if you feel pain, and fever if you have a fever. If you have not received the medicine, visit your doctor again with these results because if you really need antibiotics, you can only get them by prescription.
Meanwhile, keep your pubic area clean by regularly changing your underwear, cleaning your genitals from front to back, not using tights or stockings, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle by resting and exercising regularly, consuming nutrient-rich foods and drinking lots of water. . Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa