27.10.2020

Recurrent, or Repeated Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), What are the causes?

How will you know that you have a urinary tract infection (UTI)?

  • You will have the typical symptoms of UTI, i.e., painful urination, feeling urgent but passing small amounts of urine frequently and a sensation of incomplete bladder emptying.
  • Your urine may appear cloudy and even bloody.
  • The causes of UTI are similar to those of recurrent or repeated UTI as listed below.
  • How do you know that you have recurrent or repeated UTI?

    You have recurrent or repeated UTI if you have more than 3 episodes of UTI in a year but it must be confirmed by urine tests showing:

    How common is it?

  • 25% of women experience at least 1 proven recurrence of UTI within 6 months of the 1st attack.
  • What are the causes?

    What will your doctor find when he/she examines you?

    What tests are done?

    What can be done?

    Treat the causes:

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