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Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Center in Chicago

One out of five women will experience a urinary tract infection (UTI) at least once in their lives. The infection often recurs, and it’s not a condition women should ignore. It affects several parts of the urinary system, including the bladder, urethra, and ureters. Although it is very common, it may lead to severe kidney infections and other health problems.

What Are the Symptoms of a UTI?

UTI comes with a number of symptoms. Some of them include:

  • Pain when urinating
  • Pain when urinating
  • Inability to control urination
  • Blood in urine
  • An urge to urinate when the bladder is nearly empty
  • Pain on the back and the lower abdomen
  • Fever

While these are common signs of UTI, they’re not exclusive to one type of infection. STDs and other conditions may cause similar symptoms. Have yourself checked to determine if your symptoms are caused by UTI.

Why Are Women More Likely Than Men to get a UTI?

Women are more susceptible to UTI than men. Bacteria enters a woman’s urethra more easily, as it is shorter than a man’s. In addition, a woman’s urethra is close to the anus, allowing bacteria to spread faster.

Is There a Treatment for a UTI?

Antibiotics are a common treatment for UTI. Your doctor will prescribe a specific type for your condition. Over-the-counter medications are used to provide relief from pain, but are not a cure or UTI.

Can I Prevent a UTI?

You can prevent urinary tract infections by making a few adjustments to your fluid intake and urinating habits. Here are a few things you can do:

  • Drink plenty of water every day.
  • Unsweetened cranberry juice helps keep bacteria from growing and spreading. Drink it regularly.
  • Urinate before sex and immediately after.
  • Urinate as soon as you feel the urge; never hold it.


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