Urinary tract infections affect millions of people each year that a serious, but common, health problem. Female Urinary tract infections are particularly prone to.
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1- Different types of urinary tract infections.

A- Cystitis: shifted frequently from urinary tract bacterial infection in the bladder

B- Abscess : urinary tract along the course a collection of pus.

C- Pyelonephritis: usually spread up the groove, or a blockage in the urinary tract infection is the result of a kidney infection. Ureters and kidneys, urinary tract obstruction in urine flow causes to support.

D-Urethritis: urinary tract infection, the body of the hollow tube that drains urine from the bladder to the outside.

2-Symptoms of a urinary tract infection.
The following is a urinary tract infection are the most common symptoms. However, each individual may experience symptoms differently.
Symptoms may include:
1.Continuslly urination
5.During Urine a painful, burning, Sense
6.Urine Cloudy or reddish in color appears (there may be blood in the urine)
7.Urine Not feel the pain
8.Ribs The back or side pain
9.Despite a strong urge to urinate, only a small amount of urine is passed
10.An uncomfortable pressure above the pubic bone women can feel
Symptoms of a urinary tract infection may resemble other conditions or medical problems. Always consult your physician for a diagnosis.

3- Main causes of urinary tract infections.
Normal urine is sterile and fluids, salts, and waste products contain. These bacteria, viruses, and fungi free. Microorganisms, usually bacteria from the digestive tract, urinary tract, the body that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the hollow tube, cling to the opening, and begin to multiply when an infection occurs.
The most common infections in the colon which are E. coli ( E. coli ) bacteria, are created.
Diagnosed urinary disorders (Uds):
In addition to a complete medical history and physical examination, diagnostic tests and procedures include the following :
Urinalysis: such as red blood cells , white blood cells, infection, or excessive protein as various cells and chemicals, laboratory examination of urine.
Intravenous pyelogram (IVP): injection of the contrast with the kidneys, ureters, and bladder, x-ray -to- rig a series of tumors, abnormalities, kidney stones, or any obstructions detection, and to assess renal blood flow dye.
Cystoscopy (also called cystourethroscopy): a scope, a flexible tube and viewing device, such as tumors or stones, structural abnormalities or obstructions, bladder and urethra to examine the urethra which is inserted through a test.
Renal ultrasound: a transducer a picture of the organ on a video screen delivery, which bounce off the kidney producing sound waves pass through the kidneys, which is a non-invasive test. Tests to determine the size and shape of the kidney, and a mass, kidney stone, cyst, or other obstruction or used to detect abnormalities.