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Urinary Tract Infection(UTI) treatment in C-scheme, Jaipur

Urinary Tract Infection, which is commonly known as UTI is an infection caused by microbes. Generally, UTIs are caused by bacteria, some by fungi whereas in very rare cases, it is caused by viruses. This is one of the most common infections in humans.

A UTI can occur anywhere in the urinary tract, which includes kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. But in most cases, the UTIs occur in the lower tract, which includes the bladder and urethra. Upper tract UTIs are not only rare but they can be extremely severe too.

Women are more at risk of developing UTIs compared to men because they have a shorter urethra. Although this condition can be cured with the help of antibiotics, there are things you can do to prevent the condition in the first place.

What Causes Urinary Tract Infection?

UTIs take place when bacteria make an entry into the urinary tract through the urethra and start to multiply inside the bladder. Now, this usually shouldn’t happen because the urinary system has defences in place to take care of such intruders, but sometimes they fail due to the below-mentioned common causes;

  • Bladder Infection: Escherichia coli (E. coli), a type of bacteria, is the culprit here. This bacteria is mostly found in the gastrointestinal tracts. In some cases, a bladder infection can also occur because of other bacteria.
  • Cystitis: It is a condition where the bladder becomes inflamed. Generally, sexual intercourse can lead to this condition, but it is important to understand that women who aren’t sexually active can also suffer from this condition because the urethra is very close to the anus. Urethra Infection: When the gastrointestinal bacteria spread from the anus and into the urethra, it can lead to the infection of the urethra.

When Should You See a Doctor at Apollo Spectra, Jaipur?

If you notice any of the symptoms that pertain, it is important to see the best doctor in Jaipur immediately. If not treated on time, UTI can spread to the upper urinary tract, which can be dangerous.

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What are the Symptoms of Urinary Tract Infection?

The symptoms of UTI are a little different from the upper tract infection and lower tract infection.

Lower Tract UTI Symptoms:

  • Burning sensation when you urinate
  • The frequency of urination goes up, but you don’t urinate a lot
  • The urgency to urinate becomes high
  • Noticing blood in the urine
  • Cloudy urine
  • Your urine might look extremely dark like cola or tea
  • Strong odour in the urine
  • Pelvic pain

Upper Tract UTI Symptoms:

  • Pain or feeling tender in your upper back or the sides
  • Chills
  • Fever
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting

Since the upper tract UTIs affect the kidneys, they can be very dangerous and also life-threatening if the bacteria enter the bloodstream. Therefore, timely treatment is necessary.

How to Diagnose Urinary Tract Infection?

When you go to a doctor at Apollo Spectra, Jaipur with your symptoms, they will first ask you to get a urine examination or urine culture test done. Based on the reports a treatment plan will be created. If you are someone who has frequent UTIs, a CT scan or an MRI scan can be conducted to check for any abnormality in your urinary tract. Finally, a cystoscope might also be used, which is a thin tube that’s inserted to see the urethra and the bladder.

How Are Urinary Tract Infections Treated?

Medication: Antibiotics in powder, tablet or capsule form may be prescribed to cure the condition. But, if it is an upper tract infection, the medication will probably be injected into the veins.

To make sure you prevent UTIs, it is important to maintain good vaginal hygiene and make sure you drink plenty of water.

What are the home remedies to avoid UTIs?

You cannot get rid of the condition at home. However, you can take preventive methods, such as drinking pure cranberry juice and lots of water.

Do men and women have the same UTI symptoms?

Yes, but women might also experience pelvic pain.

What happens if UTI is left untreated?

It becomes more severe.


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