Is it normal to get urinary tract infections after cholecystectomy?

It's possible. It is not "normal" to have a urinary infection after cholecystectomy, but it can happen, particularly if there was a catheter placed. A short course of antibiotics and some cranberry juice should fix it right up however.

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What causes some one to get urinary tract infections every month?

Here are some ... How have you known having monthly UTI? Is it based on irritative voiding symptoms or symptoms + urine culture? If just on symptoms around period or ovulation, such irritative voiding symptoms may be related with hormonal change making urinary lining more sensitive in some; if on Sx + U-culture, you then indeed have bacterial UTI, which could be treated with timely use of preventive antibiotics. Read more...

Why would I get urinary tract infections a couple days to a week leading up to my period?

Bacteria in the uret. Bact is getting into the urethra, you need a culture and urinalysis to see if it is really an infection or another type of irritation, so you should see your gyn and you may need to see a urologist. Once you are properly diagnosed things can be done to try to prevent infection in the future if it is truly an infection. Read more...

How can I get relief from constant urinary tract infections?

Fluids, regular void. Copious fluid intake, frequent urination, post intercourse urination, possible daily prophylactic antibiotics. Read more...
Find a cause. You may have a stone in the kidney or bladder, some malformation, or some other mechanical or idiosyncratic reason for having these. Cystoscopy and imaging of the gu tract may be in order. Read more...

Do you get back pain with urinary tract infections?

Yes possibly. A UTI can cause back pain in more severe cases. It may be a sign of pyelonephritis which is infection of the kidney - usually due to spread of the uti. Read more...
Yes if kidney UTI. Utis which affect the kidney can cause considerable pain. Suggest you see a dr. Without delay. Good luck. Read more...

Why would a child of 7 years get 2 urinary tract infections this year?

Be seen. It is unusual for a child of that age to get many infections. Particularly if it is a male, but even if it is a female, there may be anatomic sources for their problem. Read more...