Urinary infection reasons

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Avatar f tn Frequent urination and pain while urination could be due to several reasons. Urinary tract infection is the commonest possibility. Urinary tract infections are common in females. Frequent urination can also be a sign of early pregnancy .You may need a urine examination. Drink plenty of fluids to flush out the bacteria from the urinary tract. In case you miss your periods take up urine pregnancy test. .
Avatar m tn One of which is an infection. Infection of the bladder or infection of the kidneys. Usually other symptoms accompany the blood in the urine. I would suggest you see your GP or a urologist for help while you keep searching the internet. Best wishes for a quick recovery.
Avatar f tn Hello, Normally 5-20 WBC /hpf are present in urine. If there is any elevation of the WBC count, then it means that some place in the urinary tract or kidneys is inflamed. The most common cause for WBCs (leukocyturia) is a bacterial infection, for example, a bladder infection. To diagnose a UTI please get a complete urine examination and urine culture done. Presence of RBC in urine means a number of reasons.
Avatar f tn Had a call from my midwife today to let me know the results of my urine test and they show I have a urinary tract infection (UTI). I've had no symptoms but she said I need some antibiotics. Has this happened to anyone else, should I be worried?
Avatar m tn If yu think it's a urinary infection try drinking cranberry juice until you can see your doctor. That's what they told my sister to do to treat hers and it worked.
Avatar n tn i went back and read your previous posts...and for the life of me...i cant figure out what the heck you're trying to say or ask. i'm gonna give it a shot in the dark here. originally you posted about a paper cut on your finger and something about a piece of paper. not sure what that's about. so now...you're stating that you had condom protected sex but that the pro licked you and you had hemorrhoids and you are wondering if that put you at risk. is that correct?
Avatar m tn Hi, I have been badly troubled with recurring Urinary infections. My urine culture shows I am infected with proteus mirabilis bacteria. This is the third time I am infected with in last 3 months. I had a cystoscopy done and my doctor said that every thing looked good. I am taking LEVAQUIN 500 now for the infection. I am told to take it for 3 weeks. Could you please help to understand why I keep getting the infection? I am really worried about this. Do I need to consult another doctor?
Avatar f tn Go get checked for infection (kidney infection, bladder infection, urinary tract infection, etc), and get them to put you on antibiotics. If your urine comes back clean (no infection present), you need to get a referral to a urologist and get them to work you up. Your GP should be able to tell you whether or not you have an infection. Good luck.
Avatar n tn Sediments in urine can be due to many reasons like infections, errors in metabolism, alterations in Ph of urine, spores, pollen, microbial over growth. As you mentioned that you have been tested for STD, have you also been tested for fungal diseases? Because treatment taken by you should have cleared your problem unless it is a fungal infection. Check the levels of calcium. Are you on any medication regularly? Because certain drugs can also cause these symptoms.
Avatar m tn You honestly could be developing a UTI or bladder infection (uti is a urinary tract infection). Women get these for a variety of reasons including improper wiping. I would tell your mom about the pain, discomfort, frequent urination and she may want you to see a doctor to determine if you have a uti. This infection requires antibiotics to treat.
Avatar n tn A burning feeling when urinating is a sign of a Urinary Tract Infection(UTI) and she should see her doctor to get tested to see if she does have this infection, then be put on the right anti-biotic to get rid of it. Heavy bleeding can also be caused by a number of reasons, but it is best if she sees her doctor. Hope it all goes well.
Avatar f tn It mostly causes dysuria, a white/cloudy discharge and a feeling that one needs to pass urine frequently, discharge from the penis, burning or pain when urinating, itching, irritation, or tenderness, and underwear stain. The swollen lymph node can be due to infection like Chlamydia apart from various other reasons. However some men with urethritis never develop any symptoms and this is more so in cases of Chlamydia infection.
Avatar m tn Welcome to the STD forum. I'll try to help. It is unlikely you have any STD from the oral sex event, for everal reasons: 1) In general, oral sex is safe sex -- not comletely risk free, but much less likely to result in STD than vaginal or anal sex. 2) 10 weeks is far too long for onset of symptoms. 1-2 weeks is usually the maximum, rarely more than 3 weeks. 3) Painful urination alone, without discharge of pus or mucus from the penis, is an uncommon STD symptom.
Avatar f tn My doc/midwife just diagnosed me with a urinary tract infection :( and now I'm a little worried about pre-term labor, i guess my question would be has anyone been diagnosed with same thing, if so what was your experience?
565147 tn?1218252591 Hi, “infections of the urinary tract are the second most common type of infection in the body. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) account for about 8.3 million doctor visits each year.* Women are especially prone to UTIs for reasons that are not yet well understood. One woman in five develops a UTI during her lifetime. UTIs in men are not as common as in women but can be very serious when they do occur. Normally, urine is sterile.
Avatar n tn I've finished my bactrim for my urinary tract infection, so why do I still have the burning when I urinate?