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Risk Factors That Can Trigger Urinary Tract Infection in Women!

Urinary tract infections which are also known as UTIs are triggered by the bacteria that ten times more risky and common among females then males. About more than 50 percentages of women will have to face Urinary tract infection at least once during their life time and this need a proper antibiotics and treatments as well.  Approximately 35-45% of Urinary Tract Infection persists again after its initial phase

When this infection reappears, it is often for the reason that the treatments used to hold back bacteria look to work at foremost, but do not make a permanent treatment. However, the urinary tract infections can happen again when a woman is infected again by any other sort of bacteria

What are the warning signs of UTI?

  • Fever or chills, in children and infants is the only warning sign
  • Irritation, burning or pain during urination
  • The desire to urinate more than the usual routine
  • An urgent urge of  going for an urination
  • Pus or Blood passes through urine
  • Extremely painful sexual act
  • Severe pain or cramps in the lower abdomen
  • Depression, vomiting and Nausea
  • Urination with strong odor

What are the causes that can hit the Urinary tract infection in women?

  • Staphylococcus
  • Diabetes
  • Pregnancy
  • Escherichia coli (E. coli)
  • Multiple sexual partners or new partner
  • More intense or frequent sexual intercourse
  • Consuming birth control pills
  • Heavy usage of antibiotics medicines
  • Making use of harsh or irritating products like rough skin cleansers
  • An obstruction in the urinary tract due to sorts of tumors or massed
  • Using irritable contraceptives can also trigger urinary tract infections
  • History or past of UTIs , particularly when the infection were less than six months before

However, there are several ways to treat UTI but it’s better to get it cured from your general practitioner. One of the easiest ways is to drink bountiful of water so that you can boost your desire to urinate more so that the bacteria can be flushed out from your body. Also, wash your genital region so every time you get in sexual contact with your partner.