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Urinary Tract Infections

August 5, 2015

Symptoms of Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)

There are a number of symptoms associated with UTIs. With bladder infections, symptoms may include:

* frequent urination
* burning or pain during urination
* the feeling of having to pee even though little or no urine actually comes out
* pain in the lower abdomen
* pain above the pubic bone (in women)
* a full feeling in the rectum (in men)
* bloody or foul-smelling urine
* mild fever
* a general feeling of shakiness and fatigue

A kidney infection may involve more serious symptoms, including:

* high fever
* chills
* nausea and vomiting
* abdominal pain
* cloudy or bloody urine
* pain in the back, just above the waist

If you have any symptoms of a urinary tract infection, you’ll need to go to a doctor at Belize Medical Associates right away. http://belizemedical.com/urinary-tract-infections/ http://belizemedical.com/urinary-tract-infections/The symptoms won’t go away if you ignore them – they’ll only become worse. The more quickly you begin treatment, the less uncomfortable it will become and the quicker you will recover.