Kidney Urinary Problems Kidney Urinary Infection Treatment
Dr. Mital John • onHealth & Beauty 9 years ago • 3 min read

According to the National Kidney Foundation, kidney and urologic diseases affect more than 20 million people. Picture of an elderly man, smiling More than 70,000 Americans die each year from kidney failure. The number of people affected by these diseases is expected to grow as the populations of older adults and racial and ethnic minorities, groups disproportionately affected by the diseases, increase.

The urinary system cleanses the blood and rids the body of excess water and waste in the form of urine. The urinary tract consists of two kidneys, two greeters (one from each kidney), tubes that drain urine from the kidneys into the bladder (a storage sac), and the urethra. Muscles help control the release of urine from the bladder. Kidney Urinary Problems Causes: -

Conditions such as pregnancy, diabetes, cancer, kidney stones, and abnormalities of the urinary tract can lower your ability to fight off the bacteria that cause kidney infections. Foley catheters (tubes inserted through the urethra to drain the bladder) can also lead to infection if left in place for extended periods. Women sometimes contract kidney infections when bacteria get into the urinary tract following sex.

Kidney Urinary Problems Symptoms: -

Usually symptoms come on very fast. They include fever, chills, pain, upset stomach, low back pain, vomiting, a constant need to urinate or an inability to urinate at all, blood in the urine, and pain or a burning sensation during urination.

Kidney Urinary Infection Treatment: -

The moment you notice any symptoms that may indicate a kidney infection, do not delay visiting your physician. The earlier any kidney infection is diagnosed and treated the better. If left untreated, kidney infection could lead to other serious complications, at times death.

If you are found suffering from pyelonephritis, your physician may prescribe a sulfa drug which is good at clearing off the infection. If you know that you are allergic to sulfa drugs, or get to know after beginning the course of medication, let your doctor know immediately. The course of medication could be changed and could include antibiotics.

You can also do your part in preventing / reducing kidney infection when you notice any of the signs and symptoms of kidney infections. Many doctors advice drinking plenty of water. This not only helps in flushing out the toxins, but will also gradually help flush out the infection causing bacteria. Many believe in the properties of pure cranberry juice to help avoid a kidney infection.

Other methods that could help avoid a kidney infection could include the following.

• Avoid using the bath-tub. If you have to, avoid a bubble bath. Use the shower instead. • Always clean the genital area before and after sexual intercourse. • Urinate after sexual intercourse. • Urinate as soon as you feel the urge to. Do not hold back the urge to urinate for long periods of time. • Women should always wipe from front to back, never the other way.

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