Red Liquid Comes Out Like Blood When Urinating?
Hello! I am Adlan, age 21, May doctors be given strength and health in the midst of this pandemic corona virus outbreak. I want to ask, lately my left abdomen feels pain and often urinates to minimize the pain, usually after urinating I also feel pain in my genitals. Once when urinating until it released a little red fluid, it seemed like blood. Previously, I had experienced this pain quite often, I thought it was caused by eating spicy or too spicy foods and causing my stomach to ache. But day after day, the pain appeared without a cause, even spread to the pain when urinating. Can you please enlighten me for what I experienced. Is my kidney having a problem or is my stomach having a problem? Thank you in advance.
Hello Adlan ...
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Your complaints are more likely to lead to pain during urination, to the discharge of red fluid such as blood, it must be considered. Some of the causes of urine accompanied by blood are:
- Urinary tract infections: the most frequent cause is E. coli bacteria, complaints can be in the form of tuberculous pain, tub often, feeling incomplete after a tub, and can be accompanied by blood when tub. If the infection is in the bladder, eating will be accompanied by complaints of pain in the lower abdomen.
- Disorders of the kidney: Kidney stones can also cause complaints during tubing because they block the urinary tract. Kidney cancer can also cause these complaints, usually experienced in people aged 50 years and over, obesity, smoking. Complaints can be in the form of a lump in the kidney area, continuous pain in the side of the back, and blood urine.
- Prostate disorders: a swollen prostate that causes the bladder and urethra to compress, as a result it will be difficult to pass urine or urine, usually occurs at the age of 50 years, the symptoms can be: weak urine, tub more often, plumping, difficult, difficult start to urinate.
To better confirm your condition, you should check with your doctor, so that the doctor can do a thorough examination, starting from the history, physical examination and if needed the doctor will do a urine test, ultrasound or PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) to determine the cause of your complaint. In the meantime, what you can do at home is to meet your drinking water needs at least 2L per day, keep your vital areas clean, and don't hold back urine if you want to urinate. If your complaint is accompanied by, fever, right or left side back pain, unbearable pain during a tub you should consult a doctor.
In a situation where the corona virus is spreading rapidly, if it is not accompanied by needs and urgency you should stay at home, or take care of yourself so that you are not exposed to the virus, don't forget to wash your hands especially when you want to hold the face area (eyes, nose and mouth), if there is a complaint such as a sore throat that feels worse for more than 2 weeks, accompanied by a fever of more than 38 degrees Celsius, a cough, a cold that does not heal despite taking the medicine, until there is a feeling of tightness or difficulty breathing, despite trying taking medication, then you should check yourself to the doctor, for further tests.
Thus my answer, hopefully it helps