Pain In The Tub?
Hello, yesterday I finished doing urine tests and the results. nClearity: slightly cloudy nUrobilinogen: 0.2 nProtein: +1 nPh. : 0.6 nBj. : 1.010 nBlood. : +1 nEphitel. : positive / + nLeukocytes. : 6-8 nEritrocytes. : 3-5 * nCylinders. : granules + nCrystals, bacteria and others all negative, I was diagnosed with a urinary tract infection caused by HB, is that so? And I just suggest drinking lots of water and not doing HB first. The complaint that I feel is pain when I have BAK and the pain is when the urine has come out / in the last drops. Please enlightenment, thank you
Hello Ani, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
The pain symptom you feel when you urinate coupled with the results of the urine examination you get is enough to lead to a urinary tract infection. Several other conditions that can provide symptoms and similar urinary results include the presence of stones in the urinary tract or the presence of tumors in the urinary tract.
Mild urinary tract infections can actually heal on their own without the need for antibiotic therapy. For now, you should take the advice of your doctor first. If indeed your symptoms are getting worse, you have a fever, or if after 1 week your symptoms do not improve, immediately return to your doctor for re-evaluation and further treatment.
Some things you can do to prevent urinary tract infections from recurring:
Do not hold pee Clean the pubic area from front to back (not from back to front) after you CHAPTER or BAK Urinate before and after sexual intercourse Drink at least 2-3 liters of water a day The following is more complete information about urinary tract infections that you can read
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