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What are the symptoms of bladder infections?


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Answered 2013-04-03 16:13:44

The most common symptom of a bladder infection is a burning sensation when urinating. Urine that is discolored or with a foul odor sometimes occurs, as is a frequent feeling that one needs to urinate.

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