Positive Protein In Urine?
Hi,nI’m a 33-year-old woman with 2 children.n6 months ago I was in MCU. Where the results were SGPT 42.7, creatinine 2.1, leucocyte 10.nSometimes I really feel pain in the lower abdomen, sometimes right, sometimes left.nOut of curiosity, I took a test. urine and the result is positive protein 1 and positive bacteria too. Epithelium is full, amorphous crystalsnnPlease advise what should I do. Should I go to an internist immediately? or should I just take the medicine that the doctor gave me first? bpjs gives 3 kinds of medicine.nnPlease enlighten, thank you
Thanks for the question. Did you do a urine test as recommended by your doctor? Urine examination is one of the supporting examinations. Supporting examination is an examination that aims to support/support the results of the patient's complaint interview and the doctor's physical examination. Thus, the investigations carried out should be in accordance with medical indications. The results of the supporting examinations cannot be interpreted alone, they must be matched with the patient's complaints and the doctor's physical examination.
Lower right abdominal pain can be caused by urinary tract infections, kidney stones, gastroenteritis, constipation, appendicitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, or muscle pain; while lower left abdominal pain can be caused by urinary tract infections, kidney stones, colitis, intestinal polyps, diverticulitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, or muscle pain. To determine which investigations you should undergo, the doctor must know your complaints and examine you first. From all these examinations the doctor can find out the cause of your complaint and then can determine the next treatment.
The presence of protein in the results of urine examination is not always caused by kidney disorders. Protein in the urine can be caused by conditions of dehydration, fever, excessive exercise, psychological stress, exposure to cold air; while the medical conditions associated with this finding were kidney failure, diabetes, nephrotic syndrome, kidney infection, kidney failure, high blood pressure, and others.
What medicine did the doctor give? You can try to take the medicine given by the doctor first. If complaints do not improve, do not hesitate to return to the doctor. You can also apply warm compresses to the sore stomach area to relieve pain. Increase the consumption of water and avoid holding the bladder.
Hope this information is useful.