Usually, a UTI is caused by baceteria that can also live in the digestive tract, in the vagina, or around the urethra, which is at the entrance to the urinary tract.
Most often these bacteria enter the urethra and travel to the
bladder and the kidneys.
Usually your body removes the bacteria, and you have no symptoms.
However, some people seem to be prone to infection, including
women and older people.
Women are more likely to get UTIs than men are.
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