Pain Around The Middle Abdomen That Radiates To The Back Of The Waist Accompanied By Nausea And Flatulence?
Hello, I’m Maria 22 years old. like this, it has been around 1 month from the gastric area to the navel when pressed pain (only one line, not the entire area) and also the lower abdomen. In addition, the navel area also hurts to the back of the back. R nI also experience nausea, flatulence, and sometimes cold and heat. R nThis disease arises then disappears and so on. I was able to consult a urologist and was diagnosed with urinary tract infections and then I was given urogetix and cefixime medication as well as an ulcer drug, but the medicine was not very effective. then because the pain still appeared, I was advised by a doctor to try taking cefixime, sodium diclofenac, and sucralfat syrup, but there was also no result, so I was advised to do an ultrasound. From the ultrasound results it was written that there was a cyst in the right adnexa around 2.5 cm. then I went to the Obgyn doctor, and the Obgyn doctor did a short ultrasound but said there were no cysts and I was again prescribed urogetix and urotractin. r nWhat do you think the doctor said? Because I feel that the drug will not produce results.
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Pain that starts from the area of the solar plexus (around the stomach or stomach) to the lower abdomen, pain in the waist, and a variety of your other complaints, such as nausea, bloating, and chills indeed often indicate a urinary tract infection (UTI). This infection is prone to occur in women, especially those who are less able to maintain the cleanliness of the pubic area properly. Sexual activity undertaken, changes in the level of vaginal acidity (for example due to the use of vaginal fragrance products), pregnancy, and poor endurance can further increase your risk of experiencing a UTI.
As a result of infection, the urinary tract will become inflamed so that various complaints arise, such as pain during urination, pain in the lower abdomen, waist, to the genitals, chills (fever), weakness, fatigue, and other unpleasant sensations. Not only that, the stress that the body experiences due to this infection can also trigger an increase in stomach acid so that it makes you nauseous, bloated, and has no appetite. It could also, this nausea indicates that the UTI you experience has spread to the upper urinary tract, the bladder or kidney.
In addition to UTI, your complaint can also arise due to other causes, such as pelvic inflammation, pre menstrual syndrome, inflammation of the intestine, endometriosis, and so on. Ovarian cysts can also cause pain in the waist and lower abdomen, but this disease very rarely causes nausea, bloating, and chills as you experience it, especially if its size is still small (less than 4 cm).
Determining the diagnosis of the originator of your complaints needs to be done by careful examination by a doctor or specialist in internal medicine. Some supporting tests, for example urine tests, blood tests, x-rays, or ultrasound can also be done if necessary. Therefore, if you feel your complaint has not improved even after undergoing treatment as recommended by the doctor, you should check yourself back to the doctor. Not only that, also do the following steps so that healing takes place more optimally:
Compress the painful area of the body with warm water
Drink more, at least 2-3 liters of water a day
Reduce consumption of caffeinated beverages, such as coffee, tea, or carbonated drinks
Also reduce the consumption of foods that contain simple carbohydrates, for example bread, white rice, rice cake, porridge
Expand to eat foods rich in zinc, vitamin D, complex carbohydrates, and fiber
Also drink cranberry juice --- this juice is known to accelerate the improvement of UTI symptoms
Not getting used to hold urination
Clean the genitals properly using good quality water
Change underwear and pants regularly 2 times a day
Hope this helps ...