It was only third period, but Tracy a worker in Las Vegas marketing office had already visited the bathroom 5 times that morning. Sometimes she barely had time to ask her boss for permission because the urge to pee was so intense. She thought that did she drink too much orange juice for breakfast? But the answer was Nope — although when she visits the bathroom only a little urine came out each time but every time she peed, she felt a burning sensation. What was going on?
Tracy’s experience is not strange. Her problem is a urinary tract infection, this is one of the most common reasons that many people especially girls are victim of that.
What Is a Urinary Tract Infection?
Urinary tract infection (UTI) is actually a bacterial infection. This bacterial urinary tract infection (UTI) is the most common kind of infection that usually affecting the urinary tract. Urine is the fluid that is filtered out of the bloodstream by the kidneys. Urine contains waste products and salts, but it doesn’t normally contain bacteria or other kind of parasitic organisms. When bacteria get into the bladder or kidney of a human and start growth in the urine, a UTI can result.
Parasitic organisms and Bacteria can also cause a bladder infection, which is called cystitis. Another, more dangerous, kind of Urinary tract infection is infection of the kidney itself, known as pyelonephritis. With this type of UTI, a person often has other symptoms like high fever, back pain and vomiting.
The most common type of urinary tract infection is the bladder infection, causes mostly just discomfort and inconvenience. And it’s very important to get rid of parasitic nature organisms promptly to avoid the more serious infection that reaches the kidneys.
Symptoms of UTIs
A number of symptoms are associated with urinary tract infection including:
- frequent urination
- burning or pain during urination
- pain in the lower abdomen
- mild fever
- the feeling of having to pee even though little or no urine actually comes out
- pain above the pubic bone in women
- a full feeling in the rectum in men
- foul-smelling or bloody urine
- a general feeling of fatigue and shakiness
A kidney infection may involve some more serious symptoms, including:
- high fever
- vomiting and nausea
- abdominal pain
- bloody or cloudy urine
- pain in the back, just above the waist and more
If you are experiencing any symptoms of a urinary tract infection, you’ll need to get rid of parasitic organisms from your body as soon as possible. The symptoms would not go away if you ignore them and situation will only become worse.
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