To begin a proper urinary tract infection treatment you need to understand what causes a UTI. This article will provide information on the causes of UTI infections. However, if you would like more information on urinary tract infection causes or treatments, I recommend that you read the UTI Report.
A healthy person typically has urine that doesn’t have any viruses, bacteria or fungus. Instead, normal urine consists of salt, waste, and fluid. Sometime cloudy urine is a sample of normal urine. A UTI infection occurs when digestive tract bacteria, viruses or fungus get into the opening of the urethra. Once the bacteria gets into the urethra, the bacteria multiplies and moves up into the bladder.
The most common form of bacteria that causes a UTI is E. coli or Escherichia coli. The E. coli bacteria lives in the digestive tract and can also be found in your stool. That is why stool is a common UTI cause.
As the bacteria multiply, this causes the UTI. If the infection is only in your urethra, this is urethritis. However, the bacteria often does not just stay in the urethra. When the bacteria moves up the urethra into the bladder this causes a bladder infection or otherwise names cystitis. Unless you undergo a urinary tract infection treatment, the bacteria can then move to the kidneys and cause a kidney infection or pyelonephritis.
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