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Treatment for Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) in Men

Published at : 18-12-2019 View : 8047

  Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs), also called bladder infections to occur when fungi, viruses, and bacteria find their way into the bladder. Normally, these irritants are flushed out of the body before they can cause symptoms. When Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) linger, an infection can occur in your bladder (cystitis) or urethra (urethritis).


  Some people don’t have any symptoms with a urinary tract infection (UTI), which usually entails inflammation of the bladder (cystitis) and can also involve an infection of the lower or upper urinary tract, and in more serious cases the kidneys.



  The symptoms include:

   Cloudy urine with a strong odor

   Frequent urge to urinate

   A slow urine stream or urine leakage

   Painful urination

   A sudden need to urinate

   Blood in urine

   Inability to start urinating

  Men with complicated Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) can also experience one or more of the following symptoms:





   Back pain


  When bacteria enter the urinary tract and multiply, they can cause a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). To infect the urinary system, a micro-organism typically has to enter through the urethra or, rarely, through the bloodstream.

  The causes include:

  Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) that is caused by bacteria: Because of E. coli bacteria or some bacteria such as gonorrhea chlamydia, mycoplasma or Candida fungus.

  Poor genital hygiene: Incorrectly cleanse your genital area can make bacteria enter and grow faster.

  Unprotected sexual activities: Unprotected sexual activities or have sex with many partners will be a very high risk of infection.

  Due to the structure of the urinary system: The female urethra is shorter than males, and the vagina near the anus is easy to cause infection to the urethra, from which invasive bacteria cause urinary tract infections (UTIs).

  Diabetes: Infections in patients with diabetes mellitus can easily spread and you may get urinary tract infection (UTI).

  Prostatitis: Men are suffering from prostatitis very high risk of urinary tract infection (UTI).

Treatment for Urinary Tract Infection In Men

  Urinary tract infection (UTI) in men is not common, but any man can develop one, and if you experience symptoms of urinary tract infection (UTI), we recommend you to go to Heng Kang clinic for treatment because these infections do not improve on their own. We always want to provide better treatment and fast recovery and for our patient's health. Depending on your condition, our doctor will work closely to diagnose and treat your problem. Also, for the treatment to be highly effective, it's important to take the full course to ensure that the infection clears completely. Patients try over-the-counter medications. Urinary tract infections are not considered to be contagious, and you can't acquire a UTI from someone else.

  Heng Kang clinic is confident that our clinic has a specialized for urinary tract infection because we have a team of highly qualified and experienced medical doctors and advanced facilities for medical equipment. We aim to give patients stable health and we will try to provide the best for you and make you recover faster because our clinic always prioritizes our patient's health.



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