Lower Left Abdominal Lump, Often Swollen, Sore Feet And Swollen Left Genitals
, I am 24 years old,, I have been feeling 3 months lately for a lump in the left lower abdomen, frequent urination, my left leg feels achy or painful, my left pubic bone is swollen and feels painful, sometimes my thighs are like burnt , then the left abdomen is the same as radanha … I have been to a doctor, he said kecing channel infection, but the examination is just a normal check so, then I was given that drug, it has subsided, but it does not continue to repeat like that … should i do? Do you have to go to the hospital or are there other ways?
Thank you for the question.
Left lower abdomen that feels lumpy, frequent urination (BAK), pain in the left leg, swollen left genitals and pain, thighs like burning can indeed be a sign of urinary tract infection (UTI). This condition is more susceptible to women, especially those who are sexually active, who are less able to maintain the cleanliness of their intimate organs, or who have problems with endurance (such as diabetes or HIV). In severe cases, this UTI can also cause you fever, chills, nausea, vomiting, bleeding and stinging smell that is very disturbing activities.
In addition to UTI, there are many other conditions that can also trigger complaints such as those that you experience, for example cystitis, bladder stones, benign or malignant tumors in the urinary tract, kidney disorders, myoma, pelvic inflammation, bartholinitis, vulvovaginitis, endometriosis, cervical cancer, peritonitis, inflammation of the intestine, nerve nerves, spinal cord injury, lymphadenitis, psychological disorders, shingles or other infections, side effects of drugs, and so on.
To improve, you can first try to do the following:
Warm compresses on stomach, genitals, thighs, and legs that feel uncomfortable
Taking paracetamol as long as it feels lumpy, painful, and hot like burning
Expand to rest and drink water
Improve your personal hygiene and intimate organs
Eat a variety of healthy and nutritious foods
Only do safe and responsible sex
Don't carelessly massage uncomfortable areas
Don't think too much
However, if the complaint does not improve with the above efforts, we suggest that you consult yourself directly to the nearest doctor. If necessary, the doctor can give you medicine later, recommend additional tests (such as urine tests, blood tests, x-rays, ultrasound), or also refer you to the right specialist doctor (such as internal medicine, uterus, etc.).
Hope this helps ...