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what is an urinary tract infection?


Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) occurs when bacteria is present within the lower urinary tract in large numbers. 20% of women age 20-65 years suffer at least one attack per year. Approximately 50% of women will experience Urinary Tract Infection at least once during their lifetime. As Urinary Tract Infection is a common occurrence in women, one should be aware of the symptoms of Urinary Tract Infection.

What are the Symptoms?

The onset of Urinary Tract Infection can be associated with one or more of the following symptoms:



Urinary Tract Infection Symptoms


  • Passing urine more frequently than normal

  • “Burning” pain on passing urine

  • The urge to pass urine quickly

  • Passing blood-stained or cloudy urine

  • Passing foul-smelling urine

  • Lower abdominal or loin pain

  • Fever


What causes urinary tract infection?

Urinary tract infection is usually caused by bacteria living in our intestine.

A Urinary Tract Infection is a bacterial infection that happens when bacteria attack the urinary tract system (our body’s filtering system for liquid waste removal) and the bacteria will multiply all over the urinary track system.

What happen if Urinary Tract Infection is left Untreated?

If Urinary Tract Infection is left untreated, the infection can multiply upwards to the kidneys, causing infection in the kidneys and renal failure. It can also spread via the blood stream to affect the body in general, which may lead to fatal.

What are the inclining factors?

The occurrence of Urinary Tract Infection varies with age and sex. The incidence of Urinary Tract Infection is 10 times higher in adolescent girls as compared with boys and this continues throughout adult life.

How do you get an urinary tract infection?

The followings are inclining factors:

  • Sexual Activity

  • Recent instrumentation of the urinary tract

  • Diabetes mellitus

  • Foreign bodies (e.g. urinary tract stones)

  • Neurological disorders, drugs or pelvic organ prolapse may cause

  • incomplete emptying bladder

  • Co-existing diseases involving the pelvis

    Prevention of Urinary Tract Infection

    Although Urinary Tract Infection can be easily treated with antibiotics but the PREVENTION of the infection or the avoidance of further infection is still very IMPORTANT.

    As the source of bacteria usually comes from one’s own bowel, so it is very important to maintain proper hygiene. This involve wiping from front to back after going to the toilet, to avoid faecal contamination of the Urinary trace (especially during an episode of diarrhoea).

    Any vaginal/lower genital tract infection should be treated. Otherwise the infection may spread to the urinary tract.

    Vaginal deodorants and bubble baths should be avoided if possible. Instead, wash the genital area with water during bath and especially after intercourse. Voiding soon after intercourse is also encouraged.

    To prevent recurrent Urinary Tract Infection, a minimum fluid intake of two litres a day is recommended and more should be consumed on hot days or if one is exercising strenuously. Oral fluids should increased to three Litres or more a day if symptoms of Urinary Tract Infection are suspected. This is to prevent accumulation of infected urine in the bladder, and to flush bacteria out.



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