To prevent a urinary tract infection, you need to urinate often. Do not hold it in. You should also urinate after you have sex.
NO!!! it might have a urinary tract infection, you should see a vet now.
You should probably ask your doctor, but this could be a Urinary Tract Infection, or some other problem with your Urinary System.
You may have a urinary tract infection. Any bleeding during pregnancy should be discussed with your OB/GYN.
It could be a urinary tract infection, a yeast infection or the symptom of a STD depending upon your sexual history. You should consult a gynecologist for further review and a professional diagnosis.
If your dog is urinating a lot it could have a bladder infection or a urinary track infection and should be taken to your veterinarian. Or, the dog may be drinking a lot of water if it is hot which would also cause it to urinate a lot.
You can swim if you have a urinary tract infection, but you should only do so after being on anti-biotics to treat the infection. if you are just coming over a urinary tract infection, and you are done with or are tword the end of your anti-biotics there should not be a problem, but there is always the chance the infection could come back. Swim at your disgression
It can be a sign of urinary tract infection. A urine test should be done to either confirm or rule out an infection. This condition is commonly treated with antibiotics or herbal medicine called diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill.
You should get a burning sensation when you urinate.
Pregnancy does not make it hurt to urinate. You probably have a urinary tract infection. However if you have been having sex without contraception and there is a chance you may be pregnant you should tell the doctor as s/he may prescribe an alternate antibiotic if there is a chance of pregnancy.
A urinary tract infection is caused when bacteria gets into your bladder by the urethra. This bacteria can then travel up the ureters into the kidneys causing pylonephritis (kidney infection). The most common bacteria that causes a urinary tract infection is E Coli. A urinary tract infection is not contagious. However you should not participate in sexual activity as you can introduce new bacteria into the urinary tract. Also it is important to urinate after sexual activity to help "flush" away any bacteria that may be trying to travel up the urethra. peeing after sexual activity doesn't mean it stops you from becoming pregnant.
One should only take Prednisone if it is prescribed by a doctor for you. The doctor will give you the correct medications to treat your urinary tract infection as well.
If you are pregnant, the urinary tract infection should not have any bearing on the result of your test. The test looks for hCG in the urine, and this is present if you are pregnant regardless of any infection.
Urinary track infection e.g. a bladder infection. You should drink plenty of water to flush out bacteria and take all the prescribed antibiotic.
To treat your urinary tract infection you should really go and see your doctor. They can prescribe a cream to apply. You should also drink cranberry juice. It helps prevent a UTI.
It is most likely a urinary tract infection. Go to your OB/GYN or if you do not have insurance buy some cranberry juice and drink plenty of water and that should clear it right up :)
Assuming you're female, this could indicate an infection, including but not limited to a urinary tract infection, HPV cervicitis, or other STDs like chlamydia or gonorrhea. It could also be an indication of pregnancy.You should see your doctor ASAP.
That usually indicates an infection for which you should see your doctor.
Running to the bathroom often to urinate could be a sign of some serious internal problems. People who suffer from frequent urination should immediately see a urologist and get the proper diagnosis and treatment. In men, a common cause for frequent trips to the bathroom is an enlarged prostate. The prostate could press on the urinary bladder and lead to a loss of proper control when it is time to urinate. In women, urinary tract infection is a common cause for the uncontrollable urge to urinate.
Yes you should, and plenty of it. It is now accepted in main stream medicine that cranberry Juice assists in reducing the symptoms (burning and stinging) of a urinary tract infection.
No, but it may be a sign of an infection or a Sexually transmitted disease. An infection could be an Urinary Tract Infection. You should see a doctor.
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.
You might have irritated your urinary tract somehow.You could have an infection.If you are male, you could have an enlarged prostate gland.In any case, you should let a doctor check you out to be sure there is nothing more serious going on.
Nearly all urinary problems in healthy males or females is a urinary tract infection. See your doctor for a simple urine test and an antibiotic if needed.