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Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) are a type of infection that develops in one’s urinary tract or system. Such an infection affects the bladder, urethra, and urinary tract.
UTIs are more common in women than men. This happens because females have a shorter urinary tract (urethra) than males. So, bacteria enter much more conveniently. Additionally, the anus region in women is much near to the urethra, which is why females are more prone to such infections.
Here are some factors that increase the chances of developing Urinary Tract Infections (UTI):
Symptoms of Urinary Tract Infections (UTI):
Since prevention is better than cure, you must try to prevent any kind of infection before it affects you. Here are 5 ways to prevent Urinary Tract Infections (UTI):
Note: Pregnant women must be extra careful, as they are more prone to UTIs.
When to See a Doctor?
A UTI can easily spread to your kidneys and infect them. Thus, it is important to detect such infections and take action at the earliest. Serious infections may cause fevers, unusual discharge, vomiting, and fatigue. If a proper cure is not arranged for immediately, it may even lead to permanent kidney failure, infections, and sepsis, which is a very dangerous disease.
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