Morning doc, if you urinate, can you take nephrolit?
Thank you for the question.
Pain when urinating there may be many triggers, can be pure due to lack of drinking, because it holds back urination, or it can also be due to an illness, such as urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones, stones or kidney infections, overactive bladder, prostate disorders (in men), pre menstrual syndrome (in women), sexually transmitted infections, vulvovaginitis, psychological disorders, and so on.
Pain during urination may require different treatments, depending on the cause. Therefore, before taking the medicine, in fact you need to check yourself to the doctor. Nephrolite is a herbal product with the main content of orthosiphon stamineus leaf extract, srtobilanthus crispus leaf extract, sonchus arvensis leaf extract, phyllanthus niruri leaf extract, vitamin B6, and folic acid. The use of this product, can be done on pain during urination that is associated with urinary tract stones. However, if other causes, of course this product is no longer appropriate to use. So far, there is still minimal research that examines the effectiveness and potential side effects arising from the consumption of this product for health. Therefore, we do not recommend that you take them, unless they are recommended directly by the doctor who examined you.
So that your pain when urinating improves, what needs to be done first is:
Drink water, at least 2 liters a day
Don't like to hold back urination
Do not drink caffeinated and carbonated drinks, before being declared safe by your doctor
Improve the cleanliness of your sex organs
Limit consumption of foods containing oxalate, be careful if you want to consume calcium supplements and vitamin C
Take paracetamol to help relieve pain
If the pain does not improve with the above efforts, or if there is severe back pain or lower abdomen, nausea, vomiting, fever, chills, bloody or gritty urine, and scented urine, you should immediately consult your doctor for treatment. well .. If necessary, the doctor can direct you to undergo a urine examination, x-rays, ultrasound, or refer you to a urology surgeon and internal medicine.
Hope this helps ...