A urinary infection — or UTI is painful do deal with. Learn what you can do kick the bladder infection quickly.

If you’re a woman, no matter how old you are, you most likely have been or will be the victim of annoying (and sometimes painful ) urinary infections. Here’s the thing: there is a lot of misinformation out there about UTIs. Many people don’t even know what they are and a lot of girls don’t really know how to deal with them when they happen. If you ignore a UTI and wait for it to away on it’s own, you’re making things a lot worse. It won’t go away on its own and it will probably cause a kidney infection which is a lot worse. Whether you have no idea what is going on with your bladder, or you simply want to make yourself feel comfortable while you struggle through a UTI, read on.

What is a urinary tract infection?:- When bacteria enter the urinary system (the bladder) and multiples, you get a UTI. Although, most of these infections only affect the bladder, if left untreated, the bacteria can travel all the way up to the kidneys.

Symptoms include:-

  • A burning sensation while urinating.
  • Increased urgency to urinate, even when only a few drops of minimum comes out.
  • Pain or pressure in the lower abdomen or back.
  • Dark, cloudy or bloody urine.
  • Fatigue or tremors.
  • Fever or chills (this is a sign that the infection has reached the kidneys).


    Do this to avoid infection:-

  • Empty your bladder frequently as soon as you feel the need to go, don’t rush and be sure you’ve emptied your bladder completely.
  • Make sure your drink plenty of water to help flush out bacteria.
  • Use the bathroom after being intimate.
  • While choosing your underwear, it’s better to use cotton instead of nylon. Avoid tight clothes that can trap moisture.
  •  Cranberries combat the proliferation of E. Coli (the bacteria that causes most UTIs), so maybe incorporating that into your diet can help.
  • Stick with water and cranberry juice until the infection leaves your body.



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