Urinary infection treatment is an infection that affects any part of the urinary tract. Infection is typically caused by pathological microflora that gets in through urethra. Poor immunity generally effects the condition, different colds, stress, antibiotics which change the normal flora. Bad hygiene, specific organ features or their dysfunction, such as short urethra, which is more typical for women, rare urinating, inflammations or sexually transmitted diseases may also effect the condition. Bacteria which gets into through urethra up to urinary bladder may move to ureter or kidney if untreated. Since the infection may localise in any urine bladder segment, the clinical spectrum can be very different starting from no symptoms bacteria to urosepsis and multi-organ failure syndrome; therefore, it is important to diagnose the condition on time.
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Antibiotic therapy is prescribed to treat the condition. If it is not treated, it may complicated and cause kidney failure; therefore, one should go to a doctor if any of the symptoms occur.