Pain When Urinating And Pain In The Lower Abdomen?
Hello .. my doctor is a woman aged 30 years old wants to ask, I feel pain, pain when urinating, and also pain in the lower part of my stomach, I feel this pain after defecating. what do I want for the treatment? and how long do you have to take the medicine?
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Pain during urination as well as after bowel movements in the lower abdominal area may occur due to disorders of the urinary tract, digestive tract, or other organ systems. To determine the cause of the pain, it is necessary to clarify first, how great is the intensity of the pain? What often aggravates and relieves the pain? Does your urine have an abnormal color and smell? What about your stool, is it watery, dense, or contains mucus? So, are there any other complaints you experience, such as fever, vomiting, and so on?
Here are some conditions that may cause pain in the lower abdomen when urinating and after defecating as you experience:
Urinary tract disorders, such as bladder stones, cystitis (inflammation of the bladder), urinary tract infections, bladder cancer, overactive bladder Gastrointestinal disorders, eg constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, gastroenteritis, food poisoning, anal fissures, organ system disorders other, for example fibromyalgia, lower abdominal skin infections, hernias, pinched nerves, psychosomatic disorders, etc. So, what is the right treatment to treat the pain? The answer of course depends on the cause of the pain. For that, we recommend that you check your complaint directly with a doctor or an internal medicine specialist. In order to identify the cause of pain, most doctors will first carry out a comprehensive history and physical examination. If deemed necessary, the doctor can also perform additional tests, for example examination of blood, urine, or feces in the laboratory, X-rays, ultrasound, endoscopy, and so on.
In order to reduce pain, the first steps you should take are:
Compress the sore lower stomach area using a warm compress Not getting used to holding back the urge to defecate or urinate Drink lots of warm water 10 to 12 glasses per day Increase fiber, foods that are easy to digest Limit caffeine, spicy, fatty foods, and those that contain too much gas Limit consumption of instant or undercooked food, especially raw. Exercise regularly once every 1 to 2 days Do not lift heavy things. Wear comfortable clothes and pants.