I keep getting kidney infections why?

?Sex, ?hygiene. Kidney infections r caused by bacteria ascending from bladder. Could be: u don't urinate after sex and go to sleep with a full bladder, use bubble-bath or take tub baths rather than shower, wipe wrong way, don't spread your thighs when urinating + thus trapping urine behind labia, withhold urge to void, wear thongs or non-cotton underwear, are constipated. Any of above could make you prone tro ut.
Kidney infections. Many causes from biochemistry that predisposes to this, to anatomical issues in the renal system. You must have a full evaluation. Repeated kidney infections may eventually lead to renal compromise.

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How do you get kidney infections?

Starts bladder. Starts bladder in some infection progresses to kidney. Some because of anatomical event causing urine to reflux to kidney. Read more...

Can you get a kidney infection from a toliet seat?

No. The bacteria that cause a UTI (e. Coli most common) generally gain access via the urethra (the tube that passes from the bladder to the outside) which does not come into contact with the toilet seat during normal voiding. Read more...

How long would it take for a kidney infection to get worse?

No time frame. There is no time frame for worsening of renal function. There are factors ( like diabetes, high blood pressure and urine infections) which hasten the process. However if you can control above factors ( which you may not be able to do all the time), the decline in renal function can be slowed down till eternity. Read more...

What does a kidney infection feel like? Do u get pain in back?

Deep flank pain. Symptoms may include fevers, strong teeth -chattering chills, malaise and exquisitely tender, sharp/stabbing deep pain on the flank of the side of the infected kidney, usually below the lower edge of the rib cage. For any person who experienced this, it's excrutiatingly painful. Read more...

Why do I get so many kidney infections pyelo?

Abnormal Urine tract. Get checked out for kidney stones , structural or functional abnormalities of your urinary tract. Get a renal ultrasound for starters. You may need a ct scan, voiding cystourethrogram or urology evaluation. Read more...