Pain When Urinating Accompanied By Reddish Urine?
First, when urinating, the color is red a little, it hurts when I urinate, then I go to the clinic, tell me about the medicine, I drink when I urinate, the red color doesn’t have any pain when urinating, there isn’t again, it’s just that sometimes suddenly I feel the pain in my uterus briefly continues to disappear just like that. Are the characteristics that I tell you this includes the characteristics of cervical cancer or not?
Hello Aldiana! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Disorders that cause the color of urine to become red (especially accompanied by complaints of pain during urination) usually originate from the urinary tract, not from the cervix or other reproductive tract. The pain that you are feeling may not be from the uterus. Based on its location, the uterus is adjacent to the bladder. It may be that the pain you feel comes from the bladder. It will be difficult to distinguish pain coming from the uterus or bladder. Cervical cancer itself usually causes pain during intercourse or excessive vaginal discharge. In addition, bleeding in cervical cancer will come from the birth canal (vagina), not from the urinary tract along with urine. You should still take the medicine given by the doctor who has examined you. If you are given antibiotics, take antibiotics until they run out according to the rules given. If you still experience complaints after the drug runs out, return to the doctor to be examined again. The doctor will reassess the treatment response and provide further treatment if necessary. To detect early cervical cancer, do a pap smear or IVA every three years since you first had sex or according to your doctor's advice.
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