In this article, you will find out the symptoms of bladder infection and its super easy treatment.
The bladder infection is an infection that happens in the urinary tract.
It affects the kidneys, ureters, or urethra. Bladder infections are usually caused by bacteria.
Yeasts can also cause infections in people with immunodeficiency.
What are bladder infection causes?
Bacteria that get in the bladder through the urethra can cause infection.
Your body excretes many bacteria from the bladder through urine. These bacteria can stick to the bladder wall and multiply quickly.
The overgrowth of bacteria destroys your body’s ability to kill them, and this is one of the bladder infections causes.
According to studies, most bladder infections are caused by E. coli bacteria. If the genital area is impregnated with feces, the bacterium may cause a urinary tract infection.
In women, this bacterium can more easily infect because of the shorter urethra and the distance from the anus to its opening.
What are bladder infection symptoms?
Symptoms of bladder infection vary according to its severity. Changes in urinary excretion are one of the first symptoms of bladder infection. Some common symptoms include:
- Pain or burning when urinating
- Dark urine and blood stained
- Frequent urination
- The unpleasant smell of urine
- Decreased ability to hold urine
- Your lower abdomen or lower back hurts
The spread of bladder infection to other parts of the body may cause pain in the middle back. This pain is related to a kidney infection. Unlike muscle aches, this pain continues unabated, regardless of body posture or activity.
Kidney infections usually cause fever, chills, nausea, and vomiting. Kidney infections are much more dangerous than bladder infections and require prompt medical intervention.
Bladder infection treatment
You can Bladder infections with antibiotics and painkillers.
Oral antibiotics are used to kill bacteria involved in bladder infections. PreforPro is a mixture of bacteriophages. PreforPro in Urinary Tract Support has been shown to effectively reduce E. Coli and has other benefits too.
2. Home treatment
The best is to drink plenty of fluids to get rid of the stuck bacteria in the bladder. Because caffeinated beverages and artificial additives irritate the bladder, you should avoid them.
You can use cranberry extract and juice to prevent urinary tract infections.
In microbiological studies, cranberry juice reduces the bacteria in the bladder.
Urinary Tract Support has North American cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon) or Pacran® that is a whole-cranberry.
Daily usage of antibiotics to prevent infection is helpful in women with repeated bladder infections. Single-dose use of antibiotics after sex can also be effective.