Can Urinary Tract Infection exist without burning during urination and with normal urine color? What tests are be used to determine UTI?

Yes. Go to drug store and buy an OTC urine dipstick test kit. Dip urine. The specially treated stick will turn a particular color for positive UTI. Read the directions carefully. If the result is positive contact Doctor for prescription.

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I've had multiple tests (urine sample) for urinary tract infections and nothing ever comes up, even though I suffer all the symptoms. What could it be?

Interstitialcystitis. You probably suffer from interstitial cystitis. Consult a urologist but also see a holistic practitioner as this condition is often related to food sensitivities, intestinal yeast overgrowth ; chronic infections like lyme disease ; can respond to herbs, homeopathy ; other natural therapies. See https://www.Ic-network.Com/conditions/interstitial-cystitis/ ; http://curezone.Com/blogs/f.Asp?F=1421. Read more...

What do urine tests check for? Just urinary tract infections?

Here are some ... After detailed Hx + physical exam, urinalysis is done to suggest and confirm: UTI if bacteria, pus cells, & (+) nitrite; stone or tumor if only red blood cells & white blood cells; possible kidney disease if protein/albumin(+) with or without white blood cells; IC or OAB if all normal; seeing pear-shape moving parasites if trich, etc. Caution: take urine specimen as properly instructed so to... Read more...
Many things. There are many different urine tests. A typical urinalysis can check for the presence of blood, protein, evidence of infection, sugar, and products of bile metabolism. Other tests are more accurate for amounts of the above and can screen for presence of different drug types. Read more...

What is the cause of frequent urination besides having a UTI (urinary tract infection)?

Polyuria. Causes: Partial list: overactive bladder, consuming large fluid volumes, diabetes mellitus or insipidus, bladder stones, interstitial cystitis, bladder or urethral diverticulum, bladder polyp or tumor, pregnancy, enlarged prostate, inflammed bowel or appendix pressing on bladder, anxiety, chronic kidney disease preventing water reabsorbtion after initial blood filttration, medication, esp. Diuretics. Read more...

I'm a 69-year-old woman with recurring urinary tract infections. The latest shows ecoli in my urine. Why do I get these? How can I prevent them?

Urologist needed. If he found you normal and cranberry tablets did not help, try low dose antibiotic for a long time. Read more...
Frequent UTI's. Require a physician exam-culture will show proper antibiotic.- proper hygiene1when wiping after urination. Read more...
Urologist. Consider seeing a urologist for work up for frequent urinary tract infections. Office cystoscopic exam and vaginal exam are often performed. Many times low estrogen levels resulting in urethral lining atrophy is the culprit. Topical estrogen cream applied to the urethra often can make a big difference. Read more...

Will urinary tract infections cause bleeding into the urine?

Some do. Some strains of bacteria are more frequently associated with blood in the urine (hematuria) just as some post-menopausal women are more liely to have hematuria associated with cystitis or utis than pre-menopausal women. Read more...