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Most people who end up contracting a Urinary infection or UTI, find it very difficult to find good, trustworthy information to help them understand and ease their concerns about this condition. If you are or think you may be suffering from a ‘Urinary’ infection, then please read on…

So what is UTI? Put simply, it’s an infection of the bladder that can, if left untreated, affect the kidneys. This infection can happen anywhere along the ‘Urinary tract’ system and go by different names, depending on what part of the urinary tract is infected. 

Urinary tract infections are usually caused by germs, bacteria that as entered the urethra and then the bladder.  These infections tend to stay in the bladder, but on some occasions it spreads and effects the kidney’s leading to flu like symptoms.

Women tend to suffer from more urinary infections, because their urethras are shorter and closer to their anus than in men. This is the primarily reason why woman contract this condition after sex or using a diaphragm to control pregnancy  The Menopause can also have an effect on contracting UTI.

A urinary tract infection is painful to say the least, but it’s not life threatening and many treatments are able to treat this condition.  Normally, infections usually vanish by themselves and usually within 24 – 48 hours after your treatment starts.  On the other hand, if the infection spreads to the kidney’s then you can expect it to take up to a week or longer. 

Treatment may involve antibiotics and may include fluoroquinolones,  trimethoprim, sulfamethoxazole, doxycycline, amoxicillin, or Augmentin. You may also be described Phenazopyridine hydrochloride (Pyridium) to help relieve any pain when urinating, burning pain or an urgent need to urinate.

If you are experiencing sickness or cannot take your medicines or drink water, then your doctor may send you to hospital. 

If you think you or someone you know, may well be affected by pain or discomfort when you pass urine then remember there is help out there.

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