Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
UTI is often diagnosed by presence of symptoms of burning micturition, Increased frequency of urination, fever associated chills and also flank pains and pyuria (Pus in the Urine) . UTI is very common in female due to short urethra mostly due tp ascend of bacteria from peri -vaginal and per anal bacterial Flora. In males it is usually seen in extreme of ages. We call Recurrent UTI once it is present on more than three occasions in a year or two times over six months. UTI is often Diagnosed by presence of plenty of pus cells in the urine and by urine culture and sensitivity tests . It is completely treatable once diagnosed is early stages. Sometimes it can lead to Acute or Chronic renal failures as complication..
Category:Urinary Tract Infection