Urinary Tract Infection ( UTI ) Symptoms & Preventions

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Urinary tract infection is caused by bacteria in one of the tracts through which urine passes. The infection can occur in the urethra, ureters, or the urinary bladder. Women are mostly affected due to UTI than men, but no specific reason has been found out till date. Men can also be affected by UTI with the infection causing greater level of discomfort.

The urinary tract infection symptoms should be treated properly; else it could damage the kidneys. Plenty of medications are available in the market to cure the urinary tract infection symptoms. Proper diagnosis is vital, as these symptoms can also be caused by other problems such as infections of the vagina or vulva.

There are plenty of natural remedies that help prevention of urinary tract infection. In addition, some daily activities also contribute to the prevention of urinary tract infection. Either the natural remedies or the lifestyle issues followed properly for the prevention of urinary tract infection may not be effective in preventing the infection from occurring in some cases.

In some cases, the urinary tract infection symptoms can resemble those of sexually transmitted diseases. Only a physician can make the distinction and make a correct diagnosis. This is important, because the right medications need to be prescribed to cure UTI symptoms. A strong urge to urinate without being able to delay is one of the urinary tract infection symptoms. A sharp pain or burning sensation in the urethra when the urine is released, is one of the other UTI symptoms.

Washing the vaginal and groin area daily with a mild unscented soap is one of the other measures adopted for the prevention of urinary tract infection. Avoiding the use of perfumed soaps, bath oils, bubble baths and talcum powders in the groin area is one of the other measures adopted for the prevention of urinary tract infection.

Some of the urinary tract infection symptoms in newborns include fever or hypothermia (low temperature), poor feeding, and jaundice, and includes vomiting, diarrhea, fever, and poor feeding. Also the most common UTI symptoms are irritability, eating poorly, unexplained fever that doesn’t go away, loss of bowel control, loose bowels, and a change in urination pattern.

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