PainWhenUrinating.org Reveals 6 Signs of Urinary Infections to Raise Health Awareness
Home to information and updates on urinary infections and medications, PainWhenUrinating.org caters to people who are suffering from the painful urinary problems that affect their daily life.
Holder Road, Birmingham (I-Newswire) August 8, 2013 - Problems and pains associated with urinating are definitely among the most insufferable conditions that essentially restrict people from doing their everyday tasks. In the United States alone, there are 4 million reported cases each year of people feeling pain or difficulty every time they urinate.
Providing comprehensive information on urinary tract infections is PainWhenUrinating.org. Constantly updated on the ins and outs of urinary, prostate, cystitis, bladder or kidney problems, the website intends to assist people who want to know more about how they can prevent or deal with the condition.
PainWhenUrinating.org lays out the 6 signs of urinary infections, which are deemed essential in determining the real issue behind the condition. A video explaining the 6 most common signs is presented on the website, which talks about urinary urgency and frequency and inability to empty the bladder as the first two signs that should not be ignored. Pain when urinating, as well as blood in the urine or cloudy and foul smelling urine also necessitates urgent attention. When one experiences fever, headache, weakness and fatigue along with the other symptoms, it is high time to consult with a doctor.
According to PainWhenUrinating.org, urinating problems may be telling signs of an enlarged, inflamed or infected prostate, which doctors diagnose as Prostatitis. Pain during urination may also be caused by other health problems such as diabetes, or by medicines such as anti-depressants. Although not in most cases, some urinating problems can also help detect early cases of prostate cancer and therefore require the opinion of a specialist.
At PainWhenUrinating.org, visitors will find free help, tips, advice, and information on the latest research and treatments for urinary infections. The website suggests that people who repeatedly get UTIs - also called chronic UTIs - can expect their doctors to prescribe stronger or higher dosages of antibiotics.
To learn more about the 6 signs of urinary infections, please visit http://painwhenurinating.org/how-to-spot-the-6-signs-of-urinary-infections for information.
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Published On:August 8, 2013
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