Urinary Tract Infection
What Signs You Need to Look For
The symptoms of urinary tract infection make themselves very easy to spot, usually there is pain or burning during urination, although this can vary from person to person. Generally, urinary tract infection is caused by gut bacteria that reaches the urinary system, because of the anus proximity to the urethra women tend to suffer from UTI’s more often than men. UTI can also affect the urethra, bladder or kidneys for both men or women. In fact research from Stanford Medicine shows that at least half men and women will experience UTI’s at some point of their lives
Symptoms of urinary tract infection in the bladder (cystitis)
How To Spot A UTI Fast:
- Pain or burning when urinating. Read more at: Pain when urinating .
- Frequent urge to urinate, but in small quantities;
- whitish or cloudy urine;
- It smells very unpleasant urine.
- Pain or burning when urinating;
- Abdominal discomfort;
- Fever over 38 ° C
- Pain in the lower back
- Nausea and vomiting.
During a urinary bladder infection it is recommended that a person drinks lots of water, use baggy clothing and cotton underwear and keep the intimate regions well cleaned. The constant handle of hygiene at the time is important as bad bacteria is the source of UTI
Symptoms of urinary tract infection in pregnancy
How To Detect UTI When Your are Pregnant
Symptoms of urinary tract infection in pregnancy are the same when you are not pregnant. However, during pregnancy, infection becomes far more common due to the low immune system and increased urine protein which causes increased growth and development of bacteria in the urinary tract.
The treatment for urinary tract infection during pregnancy can be made with the intake of antibiotic which do not affect pregnancy. These include cefaclor, cefadroxil and cephalothin. However dietary changes and natural remedies such as cranberry juice for UTI’s can also be used. Learn more at: Treatment for urinary tract infection in pregnancy .
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