The symptoms of UTI include but are not limited to
* Burning Feeling when you urinate
*frequent or intense urgest to urinate, even when you have
little urine to pass
* pain in your back or lower abdomen
* cloudy, dark, bloddy, or unusual smelling urine
* fever or chills
Women are more likely to get UTIs, however, when men
get UTIs they are often serious
and hard to treat.
UTIs can be especially dangerous for older people
and pregnant women, as well as for those with dabetes and
those who have difficulty urinating.
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