Urinary Tract Infection Bleeding
Urinary tract infection bleeding is infection on the urinary tract. When
the urinary tract is infected on the kidneys, bladder, ureters, there
is always a possibility of blood coming out with the urine.
While passing out urine, blood comes out initially and then normal urine comes out as usual, then it is an indication of infection in the urethra. On the other hand if the urine comes out with blood from the beginning to end while passing out urine.
it is an indication that the infection is in the kidneys or bladder. Kidney
gets infected either through bacteria entering with blood to the kidneys
or through the urethra and traveling upward to reach the kidneys.
Bleeding in the urine may be through the infection urethritis which is infection on the urethra, through the infection cystitis which is infection on the bladder, through the infection ureteritis.
Which is infection on the ureters, through the infection pyelonephritis which is infection on the kidneys itself. If the infection is on the kidneys, then the tiny filter tissues in the kidneys get damage and results in subsequent kidney failure, kidney failure can be treated through kidney tracnsplant.
Some of the antibiotics used in urinary tract infection are nitrofurantoin and trimethopri-sulfamethoxamole. These antibiotics are effective in the treatment of urinary tract infection.
the few steps shown above urinary tract infection bleeding can be cured
effectively by consulting a physician at a early stage of infection showing