Urinary Tract Infection Symptoms

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What are usually all the symptoms of a Urinary Tract Infection?Can vaginal intercourse become painful when you have one?
I have discomfort, it burns to pee, I always feel like I have to pee. I JUST got over a yeast infection, actually. I took medicine for 7 nights and had sex after and thought I still had it, cuz after I went pee after, it burned, but I woke up today with Urinary Tract Infection symptoms, so I think I got it from all the bacteria. I’ve also been on my period.
Would having sex in between taking medicine for a yeast infection make the medicine not work? Could I still have it??

Posted by Gurl00943
[display_name id=”1″]Symptoms of Urinary Tract Infection are:Lower urinary tract infection:
1.Burning/stinging when you pee.
2.Having to pee after you just did.
3.Frequency – More frequent urination (or waking up at night to urinate)
4.Hesitancy – The sensation of not being able to urinate easily or completely (or feeling that you have to urinate but only a few drops of urine come out)
5.Cloudy, bad smelling, or bloody urine
6.Lower abdominal pain
7.Mild fever (less than 101°F), chills, and “just not feeling well” (malaise)

Upper Urinary Tract Infection:
1.Fairly high fever (higher than 101°F)
2.Shaking chills
5.Flank pain – Pain in your back or side, usually on only one side at about waist level.

What are the symptoms of urinary tract infection?I think i have it because i have to pee all the time. And my friend had it for that reason?

Posted by hotcheerchick619
[display_name id=”1″]Hi
Urinary tract infection (UTI) can present in various ways. I am enumerating a few symptoms. However a person may suffer from one or more of these symptoms at a given time. Burning before, during or after passing urine, pain while passing urine, frequent urination, urgency to pass urine but unable to pass more than a few drops, dribbling of urine, blood in urine, lower abdominal pain, low back ache, fever, chills, and rigor are a few symptoms patients present with.A urine examination followed by a culture and sensitivity test will be helpful. This will tell you what organism is causing the infection and what antibiotic will kill it permanently.

Hope this helps. All the best!

How do you treat urinary tract infection?

Posted by sandy02
[display_name id=”1″]Urinary Tract InfectionsWays to Prevent a Urinary Tract Infection:

Good personal hygiene is important. Blot or wipe gently from front to back after urinating or having a bowel movement. This will avoid spreading bacteria from your rectum to your vagina or urethra.
Try not to use colored toilet paper, bubble bath, perfumed soaps, douches, feminine hygiene deodorants, and deodorant tampons and napkins.
Wear cotton underwear. Avoid wearing tight clothing, such as bodysuits, tight pants and nylon panty hose without cotton liners.
Avoid using strong soaps and bleaches when washing underclothes.
Avoid prolonged activities that can aggravate bladder infections, such as bicycling, horseback riding, motorcycling and traveling.
Drink six to eight glasses of water or fluids a day. Drinking cranberry juice may be helpful, but check with your doctor first. It should not be used with some medications.
Urinate when you feel the urge – do not hold urine for long periods of time.
Urinate before and after having intercourse.
During your period, if you wear pads, change them at least twice a day.
If You have a Urinary Tract Infection:

Maintain a high fluid intake to be sure you have a good urine output-at least one to two quarts of fluid in 24 hours. Drinking cranberry juice may be helpful, but check with your doctor first. It should not be used with some medications.
Empty your bladder as soon as you feel the urge to urinate, even if it does not feel full.
Avoid foods that may irritate your bladder, such as spicy foods, alcohol, or beverages containing caffeine.
Take medications prescribed by your doctor exactly as instructed, and be sure to take all of the medication prescribed.
If signs and symptoms of your infection do not subside after two or three days, call your doctor or clinic.
Call Your Doctor or Clinic If:

You have a change in urinating, such as frequency, urgency, pain or burning.
You have bloody, cloudy, or foul-smelling urine.
You have a constant, nagging urge to urinate.
You have chills or fever over 100o.
You have lower abdominal pain or discomfort.
You have lower back pain or discomfort.

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