You can find symptoms of Urinary Tract, and Bladder Infections at http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/understanding-bladder-infections-symptoms
Usually, bladder infections symptoms include having to go a lot, but when you try, not much comes out. Bladder infections sometimes has stomach pain, tiredness, and pain when going to the bathroom.
Kidney infection symptoms can include chills and shaking, fever, nausea and vomiting, and fatigue. Kidney infections are caused by a spreading of a bladder infection.
Bladder infections can cause pain and burning upon urination, pelvic pain, an increase or decrease in urinary output, and sometimes blood in the urine. Treating bladder infections typically includes the administration of oral antibiotics and drinking plenty of water. Cranberry juice may also help alleviate symptoms of bladder infections as may taking an over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medication. Systemic symptoms of bladder infections include fever, chills, nausea and muscle pain. Although antibiotics are effective in treating symptoms of bladder infection, they can cause side effects such as nausea and diarrhea. The entire course of antibiotics must be completed to make sure that the bladder infection has resolved.
The main symptoms of bladder infections include needing to urinate often, a burning feeling while urinating, and passing small amounts of urine at a time despite your need to go. Other symptoms include a cloudy color, blood in the urine and a foul smell.
According to webMD, symptoms of cancer in the bladder include: blood or blood clots in the urine, urinating frequently only small amounts, pain when urinating, and frequent urinary tract infections. Some symptoms that indicate bladder cancer also indicate other bladder conditions.
yes NO! Bacteria causes bladder infections.
There are a number of symptoms of bladder infections. In order to find out more I would suggest speaking to your doctor, a nurse, or perhaps going to a website like Web MD that could tell you the symptoms.
Some people do find that cranberry juice helps, but really you should see your doctor or other healthcare professional. Bladder infections can be a sign of something more serious.
One can find the symptoms of a urinary bladder infection from sites such as WebMD, Mayo Clinic, and the National Institute of Health. One should also contact his or her doctor for any concerns about urinary bladder infections.
Bladder infections in women are so-called ascending infections, which means that they are caused by microbes traveling upward through the urethra to the bladder.
A bladder infection is a symptom of bladder cancer.