The Cause Is Often Urination, It Hurts To The Lower Abdomen When Urinating?
Good evening doctor … I am 25 years old .. lately, I have complaints about the intensity of BAK which is quite frequent … And also every BAK, feels pain, especially on the way to the last test … the pain reaches the lower abdomen … For my own drinking water consumption, I drink 8 glasses of water every day … Is it possible that my kidneys have problems ?? Approximately, what conditions like this already require me to see a doctor? Thank you in advance doctor ..
Good evening, thanks for the question
Complaints of painful urination (BAK) accompanied by an increased frequency of BAK which is likely caused by a condition of urinary tract infections, namely inflammation of the urinary tract, including in the ureter, bladder, or urethra. Other complaints of urinary tract infections include:
2. Difficulty urinating
3. Pain at the end of BAK
4. Frequent urination
5. Often wake up at night for BAK
7. Lower stomach pain
Some of the factors below will increase the risk of urinary tract infections, including:
1. History of diabetes mellitus
2. History of urinary stones
3. Poor personal hygiene
4. History of vaginal discharge
6. History of previous urinary tract infections
7. The habit of holding urine
8. Sexual intercourse
The diagnosis of suspected urinary tract infections is confirmed based on the typical symptoms above, physical examination, and investigations include examination of urine analysis in the laboratory. If it is confirmed that there is a urinary tract infection then it is necessary to be treated with antibiotics. Urinary tract infection if it also affects the kidneys or is called pyelonephritis, characterized by complaints of back pain, fever, nausea, BAK pain, or increased frequency of BAK. In these conditions the treatment must be more aggressive and require further treatment at the hospital.
In addition to drugs, it is also important to maintain the cleanliness of the pubic area, not urinating in unclean public areas, and multiply the consumption of water.
Make further consultations with your doctor so that adequate treatment is available.
That's all, hope you can help.