Pain When Urinating Accompanied By Joint Pain?
Greetings, I have problems urinating I often get sick, and like pain in the joint area, and what I know is acute prostatic disease, can I take cefadroxil medicine other than instead of ciproloxacin and anti-inflammatory and ibuprofen is allowed or not,
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It needs to be clarified beforehand, where did you know that your complaint arose due to acute prostatitis? Have you ever seen a doctor and diagnosed with acute prostatitis?
Not always, pain when urinating (BAK) and pain in the joint area occur due to acute prostatitis. The complaints you experience can also occur due to other causes, for example:
Urethritis (urethral infection) Bladder stones Cystitis (inflammation of the bladder) Lack of drinking Sexually transmitted infections, including gonorrhea, chlamydia infection or kidney stones Urinary fistula (an abnormal tube that connects the urinary tract with other organs, such as the digestive tract or reproductive tract) Other infections around the genitals, etc. Acute prostatitis occurs due to inflammation of the prostate gland, which is the gland that produces semen, which is located under the bladder in men. This inflammation often occurs due to a bacterial infection that spreads from the urinary tract. This condition is more prone to occur in people who have a previous history of prostatitis, have an infection in the bladder or other urinary tract, have experienced pelvic trauma, undergo urinary catheter insertion procedures, have had prostate biopsy, or people with immune system disorders (such as people with HIV). . Prostatitis, in addition to causing pain during BAK, can also cause sufferers to urinate more frequently, in small amounts, are unbearable, and not light, especially at night. Often also, urine becomes cloudy, smells strong, or contains blood. Sufferers can also experience other complaints, such as pain around the abdomen, pelvis, groin, genitals, to the lower back, pain during ejaculation, and flu-like symptoms (joint pain, cough, runny nose, sore throat).
Preferably, before taking drugs carelessly, you first have your complaint checked with a urologist so that it can be evaluated, whether your complaint is due to acute prostatitis, or not. If so, it is necessary to also investigate the cause, whether it is a bacterial infection, or is there another cause. Some examinations, such as urine tests, X-rays, ultrasounds, blood tests, etc. can also be done by doctors.
In the meantime, you should focus on relieving the pain you feel by getting plenty of rest, taking pain relievers (such as paracetamol), drinking lots of water, and keeping your intimate organs clean. Do not forget, only do safe and responsible sexual activities, do not have free sex, and do not also take any drugs without a doctor's prescription.
Hope it helps ..