Most UTI infections are caused by bacteria E. Urinary tract infections of the bladder are very common in women and usually not serious. Lab techs will test the urine to see if there is bacteria or infection. A urine culture may be used to determine what bacteria is there, especially if you had a UTI recently. Treatment UTIs are treated with antibiotics. This will prevent your UTI from getting worse or the spread of the infection to the kidneys.
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Frequent or Painful Urination
Constant Feeling Of Having To Urinate
Contact your doctor. Even without these symptoms, you need a medical evaluation to explain why you are having pain or burning during urination. Possible causes include a urinary tract infection infection or inflammation of the prostate gland infection or inflammation of the urine tube urethritis. Would you like to learn more about causes of painful or frequent urination? Or, would you prefer to quit now?
Frequent Urination in Women
Diabetes that is not well controlled Pregnancy Medicines such as water pills diuretics Overactive bladder syndrome Radiation therapy to the pelvis, which is used to treat certain cancers Stroke and other brain or nervous system diseases Tumor or growth in the pelvis Home Care Follow the advice of your health care provider to treat the cause of the problem. It may help to write down the times when you urinate and the amount of urine you produce. Bring this record to your visit with the provider. This is called a voiding diary. In some cases, you may have problems controlling urine incontinence for a period of time.
Posted 2 years ago Sorry you are having such an annoying issue. What you describe makes me think that there are short term and long term considerations: First is to get your bladder empty and keep emptying it as needed. If your doctor can't see you right away, go to the emergency room or InstaCare or whatever is available in your area and ask the doctor to teach you how to self cath and write an Rx for self cath supplies. This will allow you to empty your bladder completely each time so that you don't feel a need to pee every 10 minutes.