sharp pain in lower left abdomen when peeing

 

Does lower abdominal pain bother you when you urinate? Problems and diseases of the bladder and surrounding organs can be the cause of pain in your lower left abdomen when urinating.

Doctors call painful pain during urination (painful ruination) dysuria

In the following you will read more about “Sharp pain in lower left abdomen when peeing “

Both men and women may experience lower abdominal pain when urinating. The causes of this complaint are numerous and will generally be well treated.

 

Causes of lower abdominal pain when urinating

When should we see a doctor with pain in the lower abdomen and the left side of the abdomen when urinating?

 

 

Causes of lower abdominal pain when urinating

  1. Inflammation of the bladder or cystitis:

Cystitis is more common in women than men

Not all cystitis is the same as a bladder infection

Symptoms of cystitis that can cause sharp pain in the lower left and right abdomen when administered include:

  • Frequent urination
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Stinky or cloudy urine
  • Blood in the urine
  • Feeling of fullness and pressure in the lower abdomen
  • Fever

 

sharp pain in lower left abdomen when peeing

 

  • Feeling of pain and pressure in the pelvis

 

Causes of cystitis include:

  • Infectious agents:
  • Bacteria
  • Engels

 

  • Radiotherapy:

Pelvic radiotherapy may cause inflammation of the bladder wall

 

  • Urinary catheters:

Bacterial infections of the bladder are common in people who use urinary catheters for a long time. Long-term catheters can also cause bladder wall damage, inflammation and non-infectious cystitis.

 

  • Painful bladder syndrome or Interstitial cystitis:

Interstitial cystitis is a condition of irritation and inflammation of the bladder wall that lasts for about six weeks or more without any underlying infection, inflammation, or cystitis.

Symptoms in addition to lower abdominal and right or left abdominal pain when urinating include:

  • Feeling of pressure in the bladder
  • Pain in the genital area
  • Vaginal pain in women and testicular pain in men
  • Frequent urination
  • Feeling of incomplete urination
  • Excretion of small amounts of urine

 

  • Medicines:

Some chemotherapy drugs such as:

  • Ifosphamide

They can cause inflammation of the bladder wall or cystitis

 

Prevention of cystitis:

To prevent cystitis:

  • Immediately after sex, go to the toilet and urinate
  • Drink plenty of fluids and water
  • Do not use scented soaps and deodorant sprays on the genital area
  • Do not sit in the tub
  • Do not enter the water of crowded and unsanitary pools

 

  1. STIs:

Sexually Transmitted Infections

like the:

  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Genital herpes

In both women and men, it can cause pain when urinating in the lower left abdomen.

 

Abnormal vaginal discharge in women and abnormal discharge in the urethra in men can be accompanied by pain, as well as painful skin lesions in genital herpes around the vagina, groin, and labia in women, and on the penis and groin in men.

nephrolitiasis or kidney stones and

Urethrolitiasis or Uretral stones:

Accumulation of minerals such as calcium (the most common) or uric acid, etc. are associated with concentrated urine and can lead to the formation of hard stones in the kidneys, ureters and urinary tract. Stones may get stuck at the junction of the ureter and the bladder, causing pain in the lower abdomen and the same side of the abdomen when urinating.

Symptoms:

  • Dysurination
  • Lower abdominal pain

 

sharp pain in lower left abdomen when peeing

 

  • Side pain
  • Back pain
  • Increasing the severity of pain by increasing the force of urine flow
  • Nausea
  • Vomit
  • loss of appetite
  • Diarrhea
  • Ague
  • Frequent urination and excretion of small amounts of urine at each turn
  • Bloody or pink urine

 

  1. Stimulation with chemicals:

Sometimes the essential oils in creams, sprays and soaps that you use outside the genital area, such as shampoos, soaps, etc., cause allergic reactions and may cause pain in the lower left and right or lower and right side of your abdomen when urinating.

These chemicals are:

  • Soaps
  • Scented toilet paper
  • Vaginal lubricants
  • Contraceptive foams and spermicides
  • Vaginal showers
  • Even the synthetic fibers of the underwear

 

In case of allergic reactions, the following symptoms may be present besides pain:

  • Swelling and itching and redness of the external genitalia
  • Stimulation of the skin of the external genitalia and its surroundings

 

  1. Infections:
  • Vaginitis or vaginal infections:

Overgrowth of bacteria or fungi can cause inflammation of the vaginal wall or vaginitis

Symptoms in addition to painful urination and pain in the lower right or left abdomen include:

  • Pain in intercourse
  • Stinky, thick, abnormal vaginal discharge
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Bad vaginal odor

 

  1. Prostatitis or inflammation of the prostate in men:

Bacteria can cause short-term and acute inflammation and infection of the prostate or acute prostatitis.

Chronic inflammation of the prostate can also lead to chronic prostatitis due to some infectious agents caused by STDs.

 

The following symptoms are present in patients with prostatitis:

  • Pain in the lower left or right side of the abdomen when urinating
  • Painful urination
  • Feeling of pain in the penis and testicles
  • Frequent urination, especially at night

 

  1. Ovarian cysts:

Ovarian cysts in women can be associated with lower and left abdominal pain when urinating.

In addition, the following symptoms may be associated with lower abdominal pain:

  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Feeling of incomplete urination
  • Painful periods
  • Lower back pain
  • Pelvic pain
  • Irregular periods
  • Infertility

 

  1. Drugs:

If you experience lower abdominal pain when you start taking a new medicine, be sure to discuss this problem with your doctor.

The following medications can cause painful urination or pain in the lower abdomen when urinating by causing inflammation in the bladder wall or cystitis.

 

This problem will persist until all of the desired medications have been eliminated from your body

 

  1. PIDs or pelvic inflammatory disease:

In women, infectious agents from STIs may be associated with a range of symptoms, including:

  • Lower abdominal pain (can be felt more on the left or right side of the abdomen)
  • Pain when urinating
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Abnormal vaginal discharge
  • Pain and bleeding during sexual intercourse
  • Bleeding between periods
  • Irregular periods

 

  1. Bladder tumors:

Pain when urinating is not usually an early sign of a tumor

Other symptoms include:

  • Lower back pain
  • Frequent urination
  • Difficult to urinate
  • Feeling of incomplete urination
  • Bone pain
  • Fatigue
  • Decreased appetite
  • Significant weight loss
  • Poor urine flow
  • Pain in the lower abdomen when urinating

 

 

When should we see a doctor with pain in the lower abdomen and the left side of the abdomen when urinating?

It is important to see a doctor if you have one or more of the following symptoms when urinating in addition to pain in the lower left or right side of your abdomen:

  • Prolonged back pain
  • Side pain that has lasted and gotten worse
  • Abnormal vaginal discharge or abnormal discharge from the urethra of the male penis
  • Fever
  • Severe and unbearable pain
  • The pain lasted for more than twenty-four hours and got worse
  • The presence of blood in the urine or brown or pink urine
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