Pain During BAK Is Accompanied By Changes In Urine Mixed With Blood?
Hello, I have complaints of pain in the right abdomen and pain during BAK since 6-7 years ago but the pain has disappeared, the urine protein is positive, I have had 2x x-rays and the results are renal atrophy and have BNO IVP but the BNO results are normal. It had been a long time since I had no complaints, but suddenly yesterday night the BAK pain returned, after that a few hours later when the BAK was again the urine was mixed with blood and quite a lot. R nCould there be any indication of kidney problems? Given the X-rays (renal atrophy) and urine protein positive. R nPlease answer, thank you. Greetings healthy to all
Hello Nurul, Thank you for the question.
Pain when BAK is accompanied by changes in urine color (mixed with blood) can be caused by the following conditions:
urinary tract infection kidney stones renal cyst glomerulonephritis nephrotic syndrome, need to be considered if there is protein in the urine In addition to pain during BAK, other complaints that you can experience if you have kidney problems are frequent BAK, feeling incomplete after BAK, unable to hold BAK, difficult BAK, pain in the lower abdomen, back pain, fever, nausea, vomiting. Direct examination by a doctor is needed to determine the cause of your complaint. The best step at this time is to consult a doctor immediately. The doctor needs to ask further questions about your complaint, examine your physical condition, and perform other tests such as blood tests, urine tests, ultrasound, X-rays, or BNO-IVP to find the cause. Protein can be found in the urine if there is a leak in the glomerulus, which is a structure in the kidneys that is responsible for filtering protein for absorption by the body. If there is a leak, the protein will escape and be excreted with urine. After determining the cause, the doctor will determine the right treatment for you. You should not delay consulting a doctor because similar complaints have occurred in the past.
Please avoid the habit of holding back BAK and increasing your consumption of water for a while.
Hope this information is helpful.