Lower Abdominal Pain After Urinating Accompanied By A Small Amount Of Blood?
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Pain in the area you describe can include disorders of the surrounding skin, lower abdominal muscles, pelvic bones, bladder disorders, reproductive organs, gastrointestinal tract, and so on. However, if you look at your description where there are complaints of pain during urination and accompanied by blood, it is possible that there is a problem with the urinary tract (where there is a bladder in that area). The most common cause is a urinary tract infection, which can cause inflammation of the bladder (cystitis). Symptoms you may experience include:
Fever Pain when urinating -- so that the frequency of urination increases but the volume decreases May be accompanied by blood spots due to injury / inflammation of the urinary tract May be accompanied by vaginal discharge The presence of risk factors such as, improper way of wiping after defecating and urinating, habit of holding back the urge to urinate, poor hygiene, etc., etc. However, we cannot confirm for sure if we do not carry out a direct examination, considering the possibility of other diseases that can cause similar complaints. Therefore, we recommend that you see a doctor for further examination and treatment. In the meantime, you can do, including:
Consume water more often Keep the feminine area clean Avoid the habit of holding back the urge to urinate Wiping from front to back after urinating and defecating Use running water when wiping Avoid wearing too tight pants Avoid having sex changing partners That's all the information we can convey, hopefully useful. Regards, Dr. Prasetyo