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What are symptoms of a urinary tract infection?

Posted by: admin  :  Category: urinary tract infection symptoms

Is there any other symptoms besides uncomfortable burning?
The pain is constant and there are no other symptoms I feel fine besides the burning.

The primary symptom is when you urinate it feels like you are passing glass fragments. Also the urine might be cloudy and/or have some blood in it. You might feel slightly feverish. You will have to urinate often and you will pass urine, but not much. You may notice pain in the middle/lower back if it has progressed to the kidneys. First line of defence, d-mannose . Second line of defence, doctor.



11 Responses to “What are symptoms of a urinary tract infection?”

  1. hondalos11 Says:

    pain urinating, smelly pee, fever etc….
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  2. VWLVR Says:

    Fever and chills
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  3. doereen69 Says:

    Severe pain in back area (kidneys) burning upon urination, often cloudy milky urine and often strong odor.
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  4. Douglas R Says:

    NEED TO GO TO THE DOCTOR might be something worse
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  5. sailor_chronos Says:

    Burning or tingling sensation when urinating, and feeling like you need to urinate more often than usual. To help prevent a UTI, take showers instead of baths, keep the area clean and dry, wear cotton underwear, and drink a glass of cranberry juice every day.
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  6. Linda R Says:

    The primary symptom is when you urinate it feels like you are passing glass fragments. Also the urine might be cloudy and/or have some blood in it. You might feel slightly feverish. You will have to urinate often and you will pass urine, but not much. You may notice pain in the middle/lower back if it has progressed to the kidneys. First line of defence, cranberry juice. Second line of defence, doctor.
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  7. forty something Says:

    I have had one of those infections and they are painful! My symptoms are usually a pulling or tugging feeling when you go pee, sometimes burning when peeing, frequent bathroom trips and sometimes fever. If not properly treated, it can turn into a kidney infection and those aren't very fun either. Please see your doctor if you suspect you have an infection. Drinking cranberry juice is suppose to help also. Good-luck!
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  8. B L Says:

    constant need to go… smell, fever

    Go get checked out though… don't want an infection to go up to your kidneys.
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  9. LuciaLaLa Says:

    You feel like you need to pee all the time, even when you just peed, and every time you pee, you want to kill yourself. Get to a doctor before it gets worse–kidney pain, blood in your urine, all nasty, nasty things. Good luck!
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  10. orangenyellow_roses Says:

    Besides the burning is frequency and urgency. Also sometimes fever and chills if it's bad enough. I get them periodically. Your local pharmacy sells pills to cure UTI over the counter. The pills clear it up for me within a day or two every time. That and drink lots of cranberry juice.
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  11. Medical Guru Says:

    List below is the answer to your question… You need Antibiotics to KILL the infection!! Go to DrugStoreAmerica . org.. No long embarassing Dr.'s office visit!! They have a US Licensed Dr. write the prescription and it is then shipped fedex overnight! So hurry up and fix the problem!

    Symptoms & Signs

    * Urethritis: discomfort or pain at the urethral meatus or a burning sensation throughout the urethra with micturition (dysuria).
    * Cystitis: pain in the midline suprapubic region and/or frequent urination
    * Hematuria (bloody urine)
    * Cloudy and foul-smelling urine
    * High temperature lasting for more than 3 days should be a trigger to get the urine culture done to ascertain whether the fever is due to UTI or not. UTI is very harmful especially in infants since it can cause permanent renal damage.
    * Nausea and vomiting, accompanied by high fever may indicate a more complicated UTI in which the kidney is infected
    * Some urinary tract infections are asymptomatic.
    * Increased confusion and associated falls are common presentations to Emergency Departments for elderly patients with UTI.
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    http://www.answers.com/topic/urinary-tract-infection-2?method=26&initiator=answertip:continue
    http://www.drugstoreamerica.org/zithromax.php

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