Overcoming Frequent Urination And Calf Pain?
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Frequent urination and calf pain may or may not be interrelated.
Both of these complaints can both be caused by urinary tract infections (UTIs). This infection is actually more prone to be experienced by women, but it does not rule out that it also occurs in men. This condition is prone to occur in those whose personal hygiene is not properly maintained or who also have problems with immunity. The cause is, the rise of bacteria from the genitals or anus into the urinary tract. If not treated properly, this infection can also spread to the bladder or kidneys. As a result of a UTI, sufferers may experience urination that is more frequent, small, and painful. Urine with a UTI may also be cloudier in color, have a strong odor, or may contain blood. In addition, sufferers may also experience fever, chills, weakness, nausea, muscle and joint pain, including around the calves.
Apart from UTI, your complaint may also arise due to other causes, for example:
Causes of frequent urination: drinking too much, consuming excessive caffeine or alcohol, environmental conditions that are too cold, excessive anxiety or panic, urinary tract stones, overactive bladder, kidney cancer Causes of calf pain: vitamin B deficiency, peripheral artery disease, venous thrombosis internal, rheumatoid arthritis, nerve nerve, viral or bacterial infection, gouty arthritis, varicose veins, peripheral europathy, etc. We are not authorized to administer medication related to your complaint until it is clear exactly what triggered your complaint. Therefore, you should check with your doctor first. If it is true that the cause of your complaint is a UTI, the doctor will usually prescribe you antibiotics, and several other drugs according to the symptoms that appear.
In the meantime, what you need to do is:
Do not hold back the urge to urinate Do not consume excessive caffeine Drink enough 1.5 to 2 liters per day Stay away from alcohol Avoid excessive anxiety or panic Keep intimate areas clean properly Maintain endurance by exercising regularly and eating nutritious foods Compress sore calves with ice cubes Not massaging sore calves without the doctor's permission. Hopefully this helps ...
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah