Urine Examination Results With Symptoms Of Testicular Pain And Lower Abdomen?
Good afternoon, .. r n Last night my husband felt pain in the right testicle, spread from the stomach to the lower thigh. But it does not hurt when urinating. Today we went to the hospital and the surgeon suggested to do a urine test, we got the test results. But unfortunately I have to wait until Monday to be diagnosed again by a doctor. The following are my husband’s urine test results: r nColor (yellow), turbidity (+), erythrocytes (-), leukocytes (8 / ul), epithelium (+), bacteria (++), ketone (+2), pH (6.0), Bj (1,020), leukocytes (+) r n r nPlease help, because my husband and I could not calmly wait for Monday to find out my husband’s illness. thanks.
p dir = "ltr"> Hi, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com
From your husband's complaints and urinalysis results, several diseases can be related, including:
1. Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) caused by bacteria.
2. Orchitis, which is a testicular infection caused by bacteria.
3. Epididymitis, which is an infection of the epididymis caused by bacteria. The epididymis is an organ located at the top of the testes that functions as a place to store and feed sperm.
Control with the urologist who requests an examination, so the doctor can match the results of the urinalysis with your husband's clinical data. The doctor will also ask your husband to do a testicular ultrasound examination to rule out other diseases of the testicles (such as torsion of the testicles) if needed. The doctor will give you the medication your husband needs and will provide antibiotics to treat the causative bacteria.
While waiting for the control time, ask your husband to consume lots of water (at least 2L a day) so that the jet of urine becomes swift and strong. This strong and strong jet can cleanse the urinary tract.
Thus hopefully useful.