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Sunday, July 8, 2012

Symptoms And How To Prevent Urinary Tract Infections


Urinary tract infections are the types of infections are very common. Urinary tract infections can occur in the renal tract (ureters), bladder (bladder), or outside the urinary tract (urethra). The main bacterial cause of UTIs is the bacterium Escherichia coli (E. coli) are abundant in human feces and used to live in the colon. Women are more prone to urinary tract infections, because the female urethra is shorter than the male urethra, so bacteria are easier to reach.
Infection can also be triggered by stones in the urinary tract that holds the bacteria colonies. Microorganisms called Chlamydia and other Mikoplasma can also cause urinary tract infections, but likely only in the urethra and reproductive system. In contrast to E coli, the bacteria can be transmitted sexually, so handling should be the same on the husband and wife.

• Pain during or after urination
• Want to urinate, but no or little urine comes out
• The color of urine thick / dense as water tea, sometimes reddish when there is blood
• Pain at the waist
• Fever or chills, which can indicate the infection has reached the kidneys (accompanied by pain in the rear side of the ribs, nausea or vomiting)
Treatment
UTI treatment is usually performed by administering antibiotics doctors. Traditionally, people often use water as the betel leaf is believed to have antiseptic power. However, such traditional medicine should not be too reliable. If you feel the above symptoms, see a doctor immediately.
• Drink plenty of water
• Clean your penis before intercourse
• Urinate after sex to clear the bacteria from the urinary tract
• Do not hold urine
• Shower with a bucket / shower, no bath tub with

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