Urinary Tract Infections

An inflammatory process in the bladder and/or urinary tract that is triggered by the presence of bacteria is a urinary tract infection, or UTI. Approximately 50 percent of women would grow a lifetime UTI. It may cause severe medical complications if a UTI spreads to the kidneys or into the bloodstream. It is also very critical that a urinary tract infection is correctly detected and treated as soon as possible. Compared with males, women are more likely to develop UTIs, since their urethra is much shorter. For men, a kidney stone or an enlarged prostate may be detected by a UTI.

Antibiotic Resistant UTI Information | Antibiotic Research UK


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