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Can my wife’s urinary tract infection cause her groin lymphnodes to become inflamed?

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I am worried about my wife’s health. She got her 2nd UTI in the last month and this time has been prescribed cipro to help with the infection but her groin lymphnodes (umbilical??) were inflamed in both UTI’s. Could the inflammation be caused by the infection? Her doctor seems to think they are unrelated and she is going for an ultrasound of the nodes per her doctors advice. The tenderness and inflammation left after the 1st UTI and returned with the 2nd one. Can the inflammed nodes cause the UTI? I am worried about her but she will be going for the ultrasound in 4 days and hopefully things will be more clear after. Does anyone know if a urinary tract infection could cause inflamed nodes? She is 36 years old at the present time with our son who is 2. Thank you for your help!

Any infection can cause inflammation of the lymphnodes, because they are part of your deffense against infection.

Your Lymphatic system helps fight off infections of any sort. So yes it’s possible, and likely, your doctor is an idiot. lol.

She’ll be okay, just tell her to drink d-mannose . (not cocktail) and if she doesnt like d-mannose , you can buy capsules of concentrated d-mannose from walmart in the vitamin section.

Hope i’ve helped. =D



2 Responses to “Can my wife’s urinary tract infection cause her groin lymphnodes to become inflamed?”

  1. Ailionora Says:

    Whenever you get an infection, your bodies white blood cells go and fight them off and it is the lymphatic system (of which the groin lymph nodes are part of) which drains the white blood cells which have ingested all the nasty bugs and takes them away from the site of infection so new WBC can come in and continue cleaning up the infection. Most likely case scenario is that since the groin lymphnodes are the ones closest to the area of infection they are overworking to kill off the UTI infection (it’s the UTI causing the inflam, not the inflam causing the UTI).
    References :

  2. Lacheia Says:

    Any infection can cause inflammation of the lymphnodes, because they are part of your deffense against infection.

    Your Lymphatic system helps fight off infections of any sort. So yes it’s possible, and likely, your doctor is an idiot. lol.

    She’ll be okay, just tell her to drink cranberry juice. (not cocktail) and if she doesnt like cranberry juice, you can buy capsules of concentrated cranberry from walmart in the vitamin section.

    Hope i’ve helped. =D

    References :
    I am very prone to infections.

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