Why Have You Been Urinating For 3 Days, The Left Abdomen Near The Waist Hurts So Much?
Hello, I want to ask. I am a 21-year-old woman, I did not like drinking water a long time ago but recently I have begun to realize a healthy lifestyle and increase drinking water. But about 3 days when I was going to urinate when I was about to pull it out, my left abdomen near my waist hurt so much that I had to stand up halfway down (like I was squatting) to reduce pain. And that always happens every time it is like a tub, is it a symptom of kidney disease? What should I do to prevent it? Thank you very much
Hello, thanks for the question.
Abdominal pain can indeed cause discomfort, the left abdomen near the waist there are several organs such as digestive organs (intestine), urinary tract, and reproductive organs. Disorders of these organs can cause complaints of left lower abdominal pain in the waist area. Disorders of the digestive organs, for example in inflammation of the intestine due to viral, bacterial, or parasitic infections, can also be caused by food poisoning, typhus, allergic reactions, and others. Urinary tract disorders for example due to urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones, tumors, etc., and disorders of the reproductive organs for example due to cysts, myomas, endometriosis, etc. Urinary tract disorders, usually characterized by low back pain or lower middle abdominal pain, BAK is not loose, dripping, BAK becomes more frequent, fever, etc. If pain or pain around the lumbar area arises suddenly and can worsen over time, renal colic / renal colic can be suspected, this condition is pain or pain that arises due to blockages, or muscle spasms. The spread of this pain also depends on the location of the underlying cause. Causes of kidney colic itself can be: infection that occurs in the kidneys, stones in the kidneys, stones in the urinary tract coming out of the kidneys, etc. If a complaint is caused by an infection it will usually cause a complaint in the form of a fever. Disorders of the digestive organs can be characterized by changes in the pattern of bowel movements, liquid or watery stools, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, etc. Reproductive organ disorders can be characterized by short or extended menstrual cycles, abnormal menstrual lengths, severe abdominal pain during menstruation, etc. To determine the cause, you should consult a doctor, the doctor will ask for complaints, physical examination, and some supporting examinations if needed, such as blood tests, feces, urine, ultrasound, and others. Handling will be done according to the underlying cause so that it will be more appropriate. We recommend that you multiply the consumption of water, eat healthy and nutritious food regularly, avoid spicy, oily, or acidic foods, keep food and food clean, wash your hands before preparing or handling food, and don't forget to get enough rest. Compress the abdominal pain with warm water. If the complaint does not improve or gets worse you should not delay to consult a doctor.
Thus, hopefully useful.