A short introduction to urinary tract infections (UTI)
Women suffer more frequently from bladder infections than men, because the urethra is shorter in females compared to males. The most dangerous risk of a urinary tract infection is a progression of the inflammation to the renal pelvic, which may harm the kidneys. Thus, it is very important to consult a doctor promptly. Without a physician‘s care, the risk of suffering from a serious urosepsis increases.
How is a urinary tract infection diagnosed?
Urinary tract infections are often associated with these symptoms:
Pain and burning when urinating
Urinating often, and passing small amounts of urine
Increased urge to urinate
Urine that looks cloudy
Strong smelling urine
Urine that appears red, bright pink or cola–colored; signs of blood in the urine
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