Urinary Tract Infections


Some women are genetically predisposed to UTIs, while others have abnormalities in the structure of their urinary tract that make them more susceptible to infection. Women with diabetes may be at higher risk, as well, because their compromised immune systems make them less able to fight off infections like UTIs. Other conditions that increase risk include pregnancymultiple sclerosis, and anything that affects urine flow, such as kidney stonesstroke, and spinal cord injury.
If you have 3 or more UTIs a year, ask your doctor to recommend a special treatment plan. Some treatment options include:
  • Taking a low dose of an antibiotic over a longer period to help prevent repeat infections
  • Taking a single dose of an antibiotic after sex, which is a common infection trigger
  • Taking antibiotics for 1 or 2 days every time symptoms appear
  • Using an at-home urine test kit when symptoms start
The tests, which are available without a prescription, can help you determine whether you need to call your doctor. If you're on antibiotics, you can test to see if they've cured the infection Contact your doctor if the test is positive, or if your symptoms continue, despite a negative test result.

  • Urethritis
  • Uination disorders
  • Uaemolytic Uremic Syndrome
  • Ureter Pelvic Junction Obstruction

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