Lower Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Plague?
Hello. It’s been 3 days since my lower stomach aches. It feels like you’re having menstrual cramps. Even though I’m not menstruating. In addition, 3 days ago I also often went back and forth to the bathroom to urinate. But only a little urine comes out. Javanese people used to call it anyang2an. What is the problem with my health? Please respond. thanks.
Greetings HealthReplies.com, Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The existence of complaints of lower abdominal pain that has lasted 3 days, and the beginning of complaints accompanied by anyangen or frequent urination, then this condition is likely influenced by urinary tract infections. Urinary tract infections in women, in the early stages usually do not provide a disturbing comorbid complaints, but if the urinary infection is not handled properly, or these complaints do not improve immediately, then usually these complaints will be increasingly felt and disturbing patients. Some of the accompanying complaints that accompany female patients with urinary tract infections can be: 1. Frequent urination 2. Pain when urinating 3. Hot urination 4. Low back pain 5. Lower stomach pain 6. Mild fever 7. May be accompanied by vaginal discharge If you experience comorbid complaints in the form of vaginal discharge, this vaginal discharge must also be treated, especially if it is caused by a bacterial or fungal infection. Patients with vaginal infections that cause vaginal discharge can lead to complications from the patient's urinary tract infections. However, with the recovery of these two medical conditions, it is hoped that this complaint will not bother you. And if you are an individual with active sexual activity, and not married, you should avoid sexual activity until healed. However, if you are not an sexually active individual, then avoid risky sexual relations. And if this complaint is still disturbing, you should consult directly with your family doctor or your obstetrician, the doctor will conduct an interview related to this complaint. Furthermore, physical examination and support will be planned such as blood, urine or ultrasound examination, the results of the examination will be additional information for doctors to determine the cause, whether it is due to urinary tract infections, or because of other medical conditions, such as digestive disorders, appendicitis, disorders of the uterus, or the presence of urinary tract stones. The diagnosis will be a reference for doctors in providing care and treatment. For now, some efforts you can do during the treatment period, such as: 1. Avoid physical fatigue 2. Enough water 3. Do not hold urine 4. Reduce instant drinks or in kemasana Thus the info we can convey.Thank you.