Overcoming Pain When Urinating And Only Coming Out A Little?
For the past 4 days I have been feeling pain when I urinate.. at first I thought it was bad because I felt like on day 1-2 I wanted to go on and on but the tub was only 1 drop and it’s true, 1 drop only hurts so much.. until today 3-4 I drank a lot of water, finally the tub went smoothly in the sense of a bit more but it still hurt so much at the end “the tub was about to end… then I consulted the nearest clinic and they said I had symptoms of a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) so I had to a urine test was carried out so that the doctor knew for sure what I was experiencing and also the medicine..rnOnly, I am currently on the 1st day of menses while I am also afraid that if I do not treat this immediately, it will cause complications like the article described in HealthReplies. com too.. then what’s the solution, bro? Thank you in advance 🙂
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It is true, urinating that is not smooth with pain during urination in women is most often caused by a urinary tract infection (UTI). This condition is more common in women because of the relatively shorter urethra and the closer distance between the anus and the urethra (urethral orifice) compared to men. This makes it easier for bacteria from the anus and external genitalia to enter and ascend and infect the urinary tract.
In addition to a bowel movement that is not smooth and painful, UTIs can also make sufferers urinate more frequently, excrete dark-colored and pungent-smelling urine, experience fever, muscle and joint pain, weakness, nausea, lower abdominal pain, decreased appetite, and various other symptoms. other.
Often, the symptoms of a UTI can be very similar to those of several other conditions, such as bladder stones, overactive bladder, bladder cancer, cystitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, vulvovaginitis, pyelonephritis, sexually transmitted infections, and so on. Therefore, a direct physical examination as well as several supporting tests, such as urine tests, blood tests, or also X-rays and ultrasound are often needed to distinguish between these conditions. The treatment given will also vary depending on the diagnosis made by the doctor based on the results of the examination.
We recommend that you follow the doctor's advice to undergo a urine test. There are no contraindications for women who are menstruating to have a urine test. From the laboratory examination later, the doctor can assess how the color, turbidity, acidity level, and also other microscopic characteristics, such as the presence of bacteria, parasites, epithelial cells, white blood cells, red blood cells, proteins, and so on.
Currently, in addition to drinking 2-3 liters of water per day, you should also be diligent in maintaining the cleanliness of your intimate organs, namely in the following ways:
Avoid free sex Rinse with clean water after every bowel movement Also clean the intimate organs after sexual intercourse Use clean pants and underwear No need to use vaginal fragrance soap or pantyliner Finally, if the pain when urinating is very annoying, you can consume it first paracetamol to relieve pain.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah