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The symptoms of any urinary infection are evident from the first stage of development of the urinary infection; if the person doesn't pay attention to them, urethritis and other severe complications may follow. Antibiotics can help to decrease pain a few days after the patient starts the course. Depending on the type of bacteria, adequate treatment is begun. Diagnosis is done on the basis of tests that are aimed at determining the presence of bacteria and their type. The symptoms of any urinary infection are evident from the first stage of development of the urinary infection; if the person doesn't pay attention to them, urethritis and other severe complications may follow.

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Urinary Infection

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Urinary Infection, Urethritis

Depending on the part of the urine system, it is differently named: bladder inflammation is referred to as cystitis, urethra inflammation is called urethritis, and kidney infection is called pyelonephritis. Caused by bacteria; about 70-80% of women in the United States suffer from this disease sometime. The symptoms of any urinary infection are evident from the first stage of development of the urinary infection; if the person doesn't pay attention to them, urethritis and other severe complications may follow.

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