The Dangers Of Urinary Tract Infections Are Not Resolved?
Hello, I have had a urinary tract infection for several years, I only went to a general practitioner and was given pain relief. My daily activities were interrupted by frequent bowel movements up to 60 times more every day. And when I was doing active discharge, I immediately disposed of BAK. pain and bloating. I have limited food that I have to eat because when I eat spicy tamarind my stomach immediately hurts and spreads tingling trembling to the lower right leg to the leg that is often sore and the pain gets worse if I stubbornly eat spicy food. Is the kncing line infection new if the treatment is not continued? Is there an impact for pregnant women, for their babies or having difficulty delivering excess months due to infection? And after giving birth my prt was getting sick and BAK was more frequent and painful. Still in the lab when the infection is already 70. is that still normal? How can I treat it so that I don’t urinate because I feel uncomfortable sometimes for a few minutes going back and forth to the toilet and if I hold it, it hurts more.
Hello Annasya, Thank you for the question.
Urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection of the urinary tract caused by bacteria originating from the digestive tract moving from the digestive tract to the urinary tract, usually due to the habit of wiping the pubic area from back to front after BA or sexual intercourse. Patients may experience symptoms that include pain when urinating, frequent urination, feeling incomplete after BAK, bleeding BAK, lower abdominal pain, back pain, fever, nausea, vomiting. To diagnose a UTI, your doctor needs to know your complaints, examine you, and perform urine tests. If it is confirmed that you have a UTI, the doctor will provide treatment with antibiotics for a certain period of time. If a UTI is left untreated, it can spread to the kidneys. If a UTI occurs in a pregnant woman and is not treated, it can affect the condition of the fetus and your baby can be born prematurely.
Sorry I can't give a description of "urinary tract infection is 70" because the statement is not clear. In the urine examination, there are several parameters that are tested, for example the presence of white blood cells, red blood cells, urine crystals, and others. Maybe the number 70 is the result of one of these parameters.
You should immediately return to consult with your doctor first. As stated, the doctor will need to examine you and perform a urine check to confirm it before giving antibiotics. Please discuss with your doctor about the results of previous urine tests.
Please do the following suggestions:
consume more water avoid the habit of holding BAK avoid the habit of wiping the genital area from back to front after BAK, preferably from front to back immediately clean your genital area and urinate immediately after intercourse Hopefully this information is useful.