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Urinary tract infections


Urinary tract infections occur when exposure to urinary and bladder bacteria. According to the Urology Care Foundation, 10 out of 25 women and three of 25 men will have at least one urinary infection development.

To prevent urinary tract infection, follow proper hygiene. There are some ways to prevent infection: Behavior movements are cleaned from front to back, urine after sexual intercourse, cleaning regular genetics.

Unfortunately anatomy of women makes them more prone to urinary tract infections. The reason is that their urine is short, and in order to reach bladder, bacteria have to travel a little less. Also, the urinal's mouth is in front of the vagina, while the pancakes, fingers, or spasms, the bacteria that can be present in the vasagina may come to the urinary tract. The report highlighted seven symptoms of urinary tract infections.

Irritating urine: One of the symptoms of urinary infection is the uncomfortable heat feeling during urination. This is called 'Disuriya'. Disuria may be felt around urine and genitalia. Lisa Hawes, a spokeswoman for Chiropractic Urology Associates' Urology and Urology Care Foundation, said: "In this case, there is such an inflammation from eritogenic acidic urine at the level of bladder and urinary bladder." Bacteria have damaged the level of bladder and urinary tract and then acidic urin is like alcohol on any wound. It works - as a result of the heat. '

Frequent urination: Calculate how often you are urinating if you have to go to the bathroom frequently. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, urinary tract infection can cause persecution of frequent urine, also known as Hyperactive Bladder or Erectile Bladder or Overactive Bladder. If you go to the bathroom for more than eight hours of urination, it may be a symptom of urinary infections.

Inadequate urination persecution: When urinary tract infection develops, you will get more urine accumulation and leak or you will lose the ability to keep urine for a specific time. Generally, we can keep our urine for a long time until we go to the bathroom. But the urine persecution of the urine becomes ineffective if infections. The reason is that before the bladder urine is full, the muscles of the bladder begin to shrink, and 'the time for urination' has been signaled.

Mumps urine: Urinary infection is a symptom of dizziness. Dr. The hawes said, 'Many things can change the color of urine, including eating food, medicines and urine concentration.' He adds, 'Nearly urinary tract infections are patchy, where there is potentially small white debris.'

Acute pungent urine: Some medicines and foods may be responsible for severe stomach urine. But if you notice any changes in your urine without any change in diet or medication, then it may be a symptom of urinary infection. Where the sweet odor urine can indicate an uncontrolled diabetes and glucose levels, the dirty stomach urine can signal the presence of bacteria in the urinary tract or any of the bladder infections.

Skin, back or side pain: Depending on the type of pain it can be understood that where the infection is. Pain on the back and side can give kidney infection or pedalonephritis signals. Pelvic area or abdominal pressure is a symptom of bladder infections or cystitis. If men have urinary tract infections or uratesitis, it may cause irritation and pain in the front of the penis. In the United States, 40,000 of these types of infections are commonly known. Bacterial prastitis (inflammation of prostate gland due to urinary tract infections) is usually the symptoms of stomach, pennies, testiculus, retum and pain in the middle of scotome and anus.

Red or pink urine: If you notice that your urine is somewhat pink, it can indicate the presence of blood, which can be a symptom of urinary infection or kidney stones. Remember it can indicate a more serious health problem, such as bladder cancer or kidney cancer. So if you see blood in your urine, consult your doctor.


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