What is the symptoms of urine infection in female?
Picture this: you are strolling through the park on a beautiful day, and suddenly an unwanted visitor shows up. No, not that creepy guy who always stares at you, but something even worse – a urinary tract infection (UTI). If this has ever happened to you, then you know how dreadful it can be.
UTIs occur when bacteria find their way into your urinary tract and start multiplying like rabbits. While anyone can get a UTI, females are more likely to experience them than males due to having shorter urethras which make it easier for bacteria to get inside.
In this article we will discuss the symptoms of UTIs so that if one does happen to creep up on you again (knock on wood) you’ll know what signs to look out for.
The Burning Sensation That Just Won’t Quit
The most common symptom of a UTI is that familiar burning sensation while urinating. It’s as if somebody decided your bladder was the perfect place for their campfire and forgot about putting it out before leaving! This unpleasant feeling can range from mild discomfort all the way up to searing pain depending on how serious the infection is.
Other fun things that might come along with the burning include:
- Pain or pressure around your lower abdomen.
- A frequent urge or need to pee without actually eliminating much urine.
- Cloudy or bloody urine.
- Foul-smelling urine.
Feeling Like You Could Burst At Any Moment
Imagine desperately needing a bathroom break during an incredibly long meeting – now imagine feeling like that all day every day until resolved!
A constant urge to go but little coming out? It sounds delightful doesn’t it?. Despite barely producing any output whatsoever, urges may come nonstop throughout the day making concentration nearly impossible.
For added embarrassment sometimes nothing comes out despite rushing off in hopes of even the slightest relief.
You Can’t Leave The Bathroom
If you find yourself spending extended amounts of time in the bathroom, saying that nature is calling would be an understatement. While most people are done within a couple of minutes, those dealing with UTIs might end up flipping through an entire magazine before feeling finished.
Note: seriously, how long does it take to read Redbook?
That Area Is Feeling A Little Extra Sensitive
With all the excess bacteria and nonsense going on down there it goes without saying that everything can become a little more sensitive than usual – almost like having your own personal war zone going on! This sensitivity can lead to discomfort or pain during penetrative intercourse too so bear it in mind if anyone (including you) get frisky while still experiencing symptoms.
There’s nothing fun about getting a UTI but knowing what signs to look out for can help ensure catching it early enough which means quicker treatment and less suffering overall. Keep track of any unusual sensations or general feelings; once treated they disappear rapidly meaning normal life starts again soon enough!