Lower urinary tract infection is also known as bladder infections. Symptoms most often found is a burning sensation when urinating and frequent urination need (or urge to urinate) without body duh vagina and severe pain. These symptoms may vary from mild to severe and in healthy women lasted an average of six days. Pain above the pubic bone or the lower back may also appear. People who suffer from urinary tract infection on, or pyelonephritis, may experience pelvic pain, fever, or nausea and vomiting in addition to the classic symptoms of lower urinary tract infection. Sometimes the urine may appear bloody or contain piuria (pus in urine) can be seen.
In children, symptoms of urinary tract infection may be just a fever. Because the symptoms are less obvious, when she was less than two years, or men in less than one year are not circumcised fever, most medical organizations recommend that a urine culture done. Babies can be difficult to eat, vomiting, more sleep, or looks yellow. In older children, can arise new symptoms of urinary incontinence (loss of bladder control).
In the elderly
Urinary tract symptoms often do not appear on the elderly. The symptoms may be vague and only appear as incontinence, changes in mental state, or fatigue. Meanwhile, some people came to the providers of health services with early symptoms of sepsis, which is an infection in the blood. Diagnosis can be difficult because obviously a lot of older people who already have a previous incontinence or dementia.