Causes Of Urinary Tract Infections?
, today my mother has held a urine test to 4 in the last 2 weeks, and the results are always bacteria in the urine. In the last 4 tests the results that were not appropriate were positive vague blood 1 (+), erythrocytes 5-10, leukocytes 0-5, flat epithelium (+), round (+) and positive bacteria 2 (++). I have a urinary tract infection, huh? Even though I took medicine from 2 doctors and both of them didn’t experience any change. How do you cure it? Thanks
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Urinary tract infections or urinary tract infections (UTI) is an infectious disease involving the urinary system starting from the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Urinary tract infections are generally caused by bacteria, and often occur in the urethra and bladder. Urinary tract infections are more common in women than in men.
The condition of urinary tract infections can be caused by Eschericia coli bacteria. Some risk factors for a person to suffer from urinary tract infections include being pregnant, having a history of recurrent UTI, postoperative / urinary tract procedures, use of urinary catheters, obstruction of the urinary tract such as urinary stones urine, weak immune system conditions, often withstand urination, daily fluid needs are not fulfilled.
Urine examination conditions indicate there are positive bacteria in the urine can indicate the cause of your urinary tract infection. Generally apart from urine examination can also be found symptoms such as fever, nausea and vomiting, pain during urination, increased urge to urinate but the amount of urine is small, pain in the lower abdomen or pelvic area, the amount of urine is small and concentrated , there is blood in the urine.
It is advisable to consult a doctor or urologist regarding further examination and management of your condition. If the suspected cause of symptoms of urinary tract infections is bacterial, one of the treatments used can be in the form of antibiotics. Care should be taken in the antibiotic consumption regimen following the doctor's instructions, and it is not permissible to extend or stop taking antibiotics yourself.
There are a number of things you can do to help prevent urinary tract infections including consuming enough water for your daily needs, not resisting urinating, maintaining genital hygiene by cleaning in the bath and using dry underwear and clean.
Hopefully this information can help you,