Urinary Tract Infection Treatment in Delhi

Do you feel burning sensations while urinating?

Do you have the urge of peeing frequently but pass less urine with inflamed discomfort?

If yes then, get yourself checked from Dr Ramit Singh Sambyal, one of the leading General and Emergency Physician in Delhi.

Dr Ramit has seven-plus years of experience in the field and specializes in treating patients with general and critical medical conditions.

Dr Ramit Singh Sambyal who is the best general physician in Safdarjung Enclave, Delhi will discuss the symptoms you are experiencing and perform a physical examination. Accordingly, he will prescribe medicines and give a few advice for quicker recovery. 

 

If your symptoms last for longer, he may order a urine or blood test to determine the cause of infection.

 

What is Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)?

A urinary tract infection is an ailment caused by contagious microbes. Bacteria cause most UTIs, but some are induced by fungi and in few cases by viruses. UTIs are the most common conditions in humans.

Urinary Tract Infection

Your urinary tract consists of kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. A UTI can affect any part of the urinary tract. But mostly affect only the urethra and bladder in the lower urinary tract.

 

UTIs can also affect the kidneys and ureters in the upper urinary tract. However, upper urinary tract infections are rarer and more severe than lower tract UTIs.

 

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) treatment

Treatment of UTIs depends on the cause of the condition. Your physician can determine the organism that is causing the infection from the diagnostic test results. In most cases, the cause of UTIs is bacteria. Bacterial UTIs are treated effectively with antibiotics. 

 

In several cases, viruses or fungi are the cause of UTIs. Viral UTIs are treated with antivirals medications. Usually, your doctor will prescribe the antiviral drug for treating viral UTIs and antifungal medicines for fungal UTIs.

 

Diagnosis of UTI

  • If you seem that you have a urinary tract infection, go to the doctor.
  • You have to provide a urine sample to examine for UTI-causing microbes.
  • If you get recurrent UTIs and your doctor doubts a problem in your urinary tract, they might get a closer examination with an ultrasound, a CT scan, or an MRI scan.
  • They may also utilize a large, flexible tube called a cystoscope to view the urethra and bladder.

Symptoms of UTI

  • Fever
  • Back pain
  • Frequently urinate
  • Pain during urination
  • Blood in the urine
  • General discomfort
  • Nausea
  • Feeling tired

Prevention of UTI

  • Avoid constipation.
  • Urinate after sexual intercourse.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Avoid products that may irritate the urethra
  • Cleanse the genital area before sexual intercourse.
  • Do not routinely hold the urge to urinate.

Causes of UTI

Urinary tract infection is caused due to some microbes such as bacteria, fungi, or viruses. UTI can affect men, women, and even children. The following factors can increase the risk of UTI:

  • Intake of antibiotics
  • Pregnancy
  • Menopause
  • Suppressed immune system
  • Some forms of contraception
  • Diabetes
  • Sexual intercourse specially done with different partners
  • Having a urinary catheter
  • The blocked flow of urine
  • Kidney stones
  • Immobility for an extended period

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Follow these tips:

  • Drink plenty of water. Water helps to dilute your urine and flush out bacteria.
  • Avoid drinks that may irritate your bladder. Avoid coffee, alcohol, and soft drinks containing citrus juices or caffeine until your infection has cleared. ...
  • Use a heating pad.

It's pretty easy to get a urinary tract infection. Bacteria that live in the vagina, genital, and anal areas may enter the urethra, travel to the bladder, and cause an infection. This can happen during sexual activity when bacteria from your partner's genitals, anus, fingers, or sex toys get pushed into your urethra.

Most UTIs can be cured. Bladder infection symptoms most often go away within 24 to 48 hours after treatment begins. If you have a kidney infection, it may take 1 week or longer for symptoms to go away.