Stomach Ultrasound Results?
sorry to bother, I’m a 23-year-old man .. yesterday I checked the ultrasound check in the stomach and the results were positive isk and no other diseases …
Urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection that occurs in the urinary tract, can affect the urethra (the channel from the bladder out), bladder, ureter (kidney channel to the bladder), and kidney. Causes of UTI include bacterial infections. Risk factors for UTI in men include a history of previous UTI, long-term use of the catheter, other diseases such as kidney stones or prostate enlargement, abnormalities of urinary structures, unsafe sexual relations.
Symptoms of urinary tract infections are as follows:
Pain when urinating
Continuous urination, but the volume of urine is small and there is an incomplete feeling after urinating
Pain in the lower abdomen or pain radiating from the waist to the groin
Urine accompanied by blood spots or discoloration of urine becomes cloudy
The pungent smell of urine
Fever and chills
Nausea and vomiting
Urinary tract stones are one of the factors that cause recurrent urinary tract infections. Similarly, urinary tract infections, can also increase the risk of stone formation. UTI diagnosis is made based on clinical symptoms, physical examination, as well as supporting urinalysis, complete blood count, ultrasound, or even CT-scan / MRI if necessary. Imaging examinations such as CT-scan / MRI can see more clearly the presence or absence of stones in the urinary tract. Meanwhile, an ultrasound examination is an examination that is operator dependent and quite subjective, but is able to detect the presence or absence of stones in the urinary tract, such as kidney stones. If it is not informed, it means that the doctor who examined did not find any stone images in your urinary tract at that time. If you are still worried you can seek a second opinion by checking with another doctor if there are still significant complaints.
Try to take antibiotics given for UTI to complete. Take pain relievers if necessary. Drink enough water, keep your urethra clean, wear underwear that absorbs sweat and is not too tight. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.