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Can Baby Powder Cause Uti
Confusing question: UTI's are caused by germs at any age. In younger patients you would be concerned about abnormalities in the urinary tract and outflow structures that could predispose the kid to UTI's. Simple entrapment of urine flow by a redundant foreskin or knitting of the labia can predispose them ti UTI's. ...Read more
A urinary tract infection, also known as an UTI, may involve the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. A common cause is an intestinal bacteria, E. coli. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate, and pain or burning when urinating. Antibiotics are typically ...Read more
What would be the correct dosage of amoxicillin for a 9 month 19.6lb infant with UTI? Amoxicillian is 400mg/5mL
It depends: It depends upon the mg/kg dose calculated by the physician. Dosage can be between 45 mg/kg (2.5 ml twice a day) to 90 mg/ kg (5.0 ml twice a day) ...Read more
3 mo infant with bilateral hydronephrosis. Severe in left. Progressing to moderate in right. Uti at 2 wks. What could debris on latest us indicate?
Infant son was diagnosed with a UTI using urine collected with a catheter. The results showed e.Coli count of 100, 000 cfus/ml. Is this a lot?
Yes: Girls get uti's more than boys because their urethra is shorter. However, as infants, boys also have shorter urethras. It is important that the infection gets treated and a repeat urine sample shows no bacteria. Also, make sure diapers get changed quickly so bacteria don't get a chance to cause infection. If your son has recurrent uti's then there may be a problem that a specialist could handle. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My child has had UTI for 10 month she been on three kinds of antibiotics had test done to see what caused the UTI cant find anything what wrong help!!
Pediatric UTI: This sounds like a job for a pediatric urologist. There are many possibilities, and you have not provided sufficient info for a diagnosis to be made. A 4 yr old needs to be fully evaluated, not only for possible causes, including anatomic defects, but also for the possibility of abuse. See a good pediatrician and get a recommendation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am 13w pregnant. My dr prescribed macro bid and told I have mild UTI. But I do not have any symptoms. I am scared. Does it cause harm for my baby?
Macrobid in pregnant: You are very safe to take this antibiotic during pregnancy. It has been thoroughly studied and causes no harm to the fetus. Much riskier is not treating an infection which could lead to you becoming much sicker and even premature labor/pregnancy loss at this point in pregnancy. Take your meds as prescribed! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Will a grade 4 reflux in a baby cause scarring of kidneys over time even if the baby gets no UTI till the reflux is resolved?
Kidney reflux: This topic has been addressed recently by pediatric specialist and is changing our current methods of treatment so I would talk to a pediatric nephrologist for current recommendations. ...Read more
My grandmother is talking like a child and but knows everything that is going on she but doesn't no she is talking weird she also is very fidgety she has a UTI could that cause the symptoms and elderly and if so what should we do?
7 month old baby had high fever/wbc. Diagnosed with UTI from ecoli. A few days after treatment, some of his fingers started peeling a bit. Cause?
Hard to say: Sometimes bacteria can produce toxins that cause skin peeling but E coli is unlikely to do so. Also some antibiotics can cause skin rashes so it is possible it is the treatment. Or it could be completely unrelated and a completely different problem. If it does not improve, discuss with the baby's pediatrician. ...Read more
A year ago I was 30 weeks pregnant, I had symptoms of a uti with pain and pressure while peeing. Found 2-4 hpf rbc in urine but no bacteria or WBC. Pain went away without medication. Dr said was probably baby's position. What caused rbc? Uti? Straining?
Increased vascularity in the pelvis, especially congestion in the urinary bladder due to fetal position may have been responsible for the few red cells in urine.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Sometimes they just happen, just like a cold.
It depends on your sex and age!
if they happen over and over again there is something majotly wrong.
If it just happened once its probably not a big deal.
You should see a health care provider if you are worried. ...Read more
There are many reasons that can cause a UTI from hygiene, untreated uti, colonization of bacteria, systemic disease, foreign body, holding urine, unnatural connection between urethra to anus (fistua formation), thong underwear, tb, and others.
A frequent UTI may also not be a uti, but interstitial cystitis. You complete tests to rule out the other causes. ...Read more
Small urethra bacter: Women get more utis compared to men, due to the anatomy. The urethra which brings the urine from urinary bladder to outside is small compared to men, and it is easy for infection to travel into the bladder due to contamination in pelvic area or during sexual intercourse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bacteria in urethra: Bacteria get into the sterile urinary tract. Sex and vaginal infection can cause this. Lubricate well before sex and urinate after. Always wipe front to back. Treatment: antibiotic x 3 days. Pills x 2 days-they turn pee orange. Drinking too much water can dilute medicine. Undiluted cranberry juice/extract can prevent, don't cure utis. If a UTI is not treated, serious kidney infections can develop. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
UTI: (Lower) UTI (urinary tract infection) occurs from bacterial invasion of the urethra (where urine flows out) and bladder. (Upper) UTI involves the kidneys and ureters (tubes transporting urine down to the bladder). Bacterial contamination is the cause: may occur during defecation wiping), and commonly during sex. Prolonged used of a sanitary napkin also. ...Read more
A urinary tract infection (often called UTI) is most commonly caused by bacteria and usually refers to an infection in the bladder. Not all bacteria that grows from the urine represents an infection, so the need for antibiotics is determined by your ...Read more