The Most Common Signs & Symptoms of Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)

  • Urination after short periods of time.
  • There is a burning sensation during urinating.
  • Urine color may be red or light pink.
  • There is a strong smell in urine.
  • Lethargy.
  • Vomiting.
  • In severe cases, when infection reaches up to kidneys, one can feel fever and chills.

The Various Underlying Causes of Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)

  • Main cause of urinary tract infections are bacteria which reside around anus. During infection these bacteria can move to urethra further to bladder and spread in to kidneys.
  • Sexual intercourses are also responsible for urinary tract infections.
  • To avoid pregnancy, women use the diaphragm that also can lead to these infections.
  • Some complications like menopause and spinal cord injury are also associated with urinary tract infections
  • It has been observed that immune compromised patients (HIV/Diabetes) are more prone to these infections.
  • Unhygienic conditions like improper washing of hands also increase the chances of urinary tract infections.
  • Hospitals are also major cause of urinary tract infections.There is a diagnostic method named as catheterization, in which a tube is inserted into urethra for people who have problems during urinating.

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