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Symptoms of Bladder Infection

symptoms-of-bladder-infectionBladder problems and female health. 

The female bladder is particularly prone to inflammation, a condition commonly called a bladder infection or urinary tract infection (UTI). While men do suffer from urinary tract infections, the bladder problem is far more common in women. Knowing the symptoms of a bladder infection could keep you from suffering bladder pain and bladder infection. 

Signs Of Bladder Infection

More than fifty percent of women will suffer from inflammation of the bladder, a bladder infection, or urinary tract infection at least once in their lives. Look out for these symptoms of a urinary tract infection:

  • Frequent feeling or need to urinate. 
  • Burning or achiness while urinating. 
  • Urine that has a foul odor or strange color. 
  • Bladder pain or bladder spasm. 

In serious cases, urinary tract infections, inflammation of the bladder, and bladder infections can lead to kidney infections, which might damage the kidneys. If you are suffering from the signs of bladder infection above and you also have a fever, bloody urine, back pain, chills, or body aches; contact your doctor right away to rule out a more serious condition. Female bladder problems are a common occurrence, and with proper female health treatment, most female bladder issues are easily resolved.

Take control of your health! If you’re suffering from any of the signs of a bladder infection, call your doctor. Urinary tract infections and bladder infections are easily treated with common antibiotics. 

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Elizabeth Thompson

Elizabeth Thompson

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