Symptoms of a urinary tract infection (UTI) may include?
a.An urgent need to urinate, often with a few drops of urine passed. b.A burning feeling when urinating.
c.An achy feeling, pressure or pain in lower abdomen.
d.All of the above.
Most people with UTI’s get a least one or more of these symptoms. UTI’s can be treated with?
UTI’s are treated with antibiotics. Antibiotics may be needed to be taken for a week or two to make sure infection is cured. If the infection spreads to your kidneys you may need several weeks of antibiotic treatment. Women are more likely to get UTI’s than men.
Women are more likely to get UTI’s than men. This may because the urethra is shorter, which make it easier for bacteria to travel up to the bladder. The following things may help to prevent UTI’s.
a.Drinking plenty of water.
b.Going to the bathroom to urinate as soon as you feel the urge. c.Both a and b
d.Not a and b
Drinking plenty of water helps to flush the urinary tract system. Urinating frequently prevents the risk of bacteria to form in the bladder. Research suggest taking cranberry products, including cranberry juice, dried cranberries, and dietary supplements may help prevent recurrent UTI’s. a.True
Cranberries contain compounds that may stop certain bacteria from attaching to the urinary tract wall. For those with diabetes or risk for diabetes low sugar or sugar free options are available.