Urinary tract infection
   Urinary tract infection means infection in every part of urinary tract such as kidneys, urethra, and bladder infection. Most of the infections are in lower part of the urinary tract which are infections of bladder and urethra.


   Kinds of urinary tract infections: every kind of urinary tract infections can cause a special problem with a special sing which are examined next:
  • Infection in abdomens and waist: high fever-trembling-nausea and vomiting 
  • Bladder infection (bladder inflammation): pressure in pelvic-under abdomen pain- frequent painful urine-blood in urine
  • External urethra infection of bladder
   Urinary tract infection is not always with signs and symptoms, but if there are any, they are:
  • Severe feeling of urinating
  • Smarting feeling when urinating
  • Low volume and frequent urinating
  • Dark urine
  • Red, light pink, brown urine or urine with blood
  • Smelly urine
  • Pelvic pain in women
  • Anus pain in men

   Urinary tract infection might be mistaken with another disease in adults and mid age. 

   In children
   fever might be the only sign of urinary tract infection in underage children. Babies may sleep more, vomit, and may not eat well; they may show signs of jaundice. Urinating incontinency (losing bladder control) may happen in aged children

   ​In adults
   the sings of urinary tract are not often observed. Mentioned signs might be vague and incontinence and the only sing is the change of mental situation or tiredness, although the first sign that a health care staff may encounter with is blood infection or infection in blood. A reality that many of adults have already experienced incontinency and Alzheimer may make the diagnosis more complex.