I have difficulty urinating and pain. What do you think the medicine can be?
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Need to be clarified, how long have you had the complaint? Which areas of your body are aching? Is your urine reddish, sandy, or pungent? Do you also have a fever, chills, nausea, vomiting, low back pain, or other complaints? Are you male or female?
Difficult and painful urination can occur due to the following conditions:
Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
This infection can occur starting from the outer urinary tract, the urethra, or it can also go up to the bladder and even to the kidneys. The cause of infection usually occurs due to the entry of bacteria from the anus and genitals into the urinary tract due to poor hygiene, unhealthy sexual activity, or changes in the balance of normal flora around the genitals. Not only is it difficult and painful when urinating, UTI sufferers often also experience plaiting, thick colored urine and pungent odor, bloody urine, fever, low back pain, muscle and joint pain, chills, nausea, and many other complaints.
Urinary tract stones
As with infections, stones in the urinary tract can also accumulate in any part of the urinary tract. These stones are often formed due to lack of fluid intake, improper dietary patterns, or other medical conditions. Patients with urinary tract stones often get urine containing sand or red because it contains blood. In addition, sufferers also often experience quite severe pain around the genitals or waist, nausea, vomiting, chills, and this condition can continue to recur as long as the stone has not been resolved properly.
In men, it can also be due to prostatitis, orchitis
In women, it can also be due to vulvovaginitis, endometriosis, Bartholin cysts, and so on
Your condition should be examined directly by a doctor or specialist in internal medicine to be further evaluated, for example by physical examination or supporting tests, such as urine tests, x-rays, CT scans, and so on. Depending on the cause, your condition can later be treated with medication, surgery, or other therapeutic modalities. At this time, you should focus on drinking more (especially water) and never resist the urge to urinate. Compress the area of your body that hurts with warm water or take paracetamol so that the pain decreases. Do not forget, always keep your genitals clean, avoid consuming excessive caffeinated and fizzy drinks, and do not carelessly take other medicines if not prescribed directly by a doctor.
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