Urinary traction infection (UTI)

A relatively prevalent form of infection in the urinary system is Urinary Traction Infection (UTI). Your urethra or bladder may get infected with this sort of illness. Bacteria are frequently absent from urine (germs). A by-product of our kidneys' filtering function is urine. Urine is produced when waste materials and extra water are eliminated from your circulation by the kidneys. Urine typically passes through your urinary system uncontaminated. However, germs from the outside of the body can enter the urinary system and cause issues including infection and inflammation.

Cause of Urinary tract infection

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