One Sunday morning i got a call from a woman who asked me about herbal products for a longtime infection,and i replied her and told her all it takes to get the full treatment concerning herbal cure for any kind /longtime infection.
I felt for this woman because she was crying on the phone telling me that she has spent a lot of money concerning getting cure for uti / long time infection but i told this woman that there might be some foods that increases the symptoms of this infection in her body and i also told her that she has to treat it with her husband cos her husband must be infected as well but she refused.
I told her that she must talk to her husband about it cos he too might be infected and she said her husband doesn't notice any sign of infection in him, then i laughed because she doesn't understand about body system and health matters.
Anyone who is married and infected with any infection then there's a big possibility that both couple will be infected.
For instance if a husband is infected with Gonorrhea then the wife too is infected cos they meet thru sex and they transfer it back within themselves.They are not safe not until they both treat themselves from the infection they have.
What is a urinary tract infection (UTI)?

A UTI is an infection in the urinary tract. Infections are caused by microbes—organisms too small to be seen without a microscope. Bacteria * are the most common cause of UTIs. Normally, bacteria that enter the urinary tract are quickly removed by the body before they cause symptoms. But sometimes bacteria overcome the body’s natural defenses and cause infection.

Infection is transferred or can be spread through blood transmission and this is the fastest way to get infected,mostly thru
sexual intercourse,and infection too can be transferred through oral sex and sucking of the genital organ like, the vagina,
penis,this is transmission thru fluid of the genital or private part.
What causes UTIs?

Most UTIs are caused by bacteria that live in the bowel, the part of the digestive tract where stool is changed from liquid to solid. The bacterium Escherichia coli (E. coli) causes most UTIs. The urinary tract has several systems to prevent infection. The points where the ureters attach to the bladder act like one-way valves to prevent urine from backing up, or refluxing, toward the kidneys, and urination washes microbes out of the body. The body’s natural defenses also prevent infection. But despite these safeguards, infections still occur.

Other factors that may cause a child to get a UTI include the following:

    Waiting to urinate. Regular urination helps flush away bacteria. Holding urine allows bacteria to grow.
    Making too little urine. A child that doesn’t drink enough fluids may not make enough urine to flush away bacteria.
    Constipation. Constipation is a condition in which a child has fewer than two bowel movements a week. Stools can be hard, dry, small, and difficult to pass. The hard stool in the bowel may press against the urinary tract and block the flow of urine, allowing bacteria to grow.

Some children are just more prone to UTIs than others, just as some children are more prone to getting coughs, colds, or ear infections.

This same woman told me that the two children is infected too cos she notice anytime the children urinate they cry and it hurts
so much,i felt pity for this woman and the children because this little children is infected too and they now have UTI.


Any child can get a UTI, though girls get UTIs more often than boys.

Children with a condition called vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) are at higher risk for UTIs. VUR causes urine to reflux at the point where one or both ureters attach to the bladder. When urine stays in the urinary tract, bacteria have a chance to grow and spread. Infants and young children who get a UTI often have VUR. Boys younger than 6 months who are not circumcised are at greater risk for a UTI than circumcised boys the same age. Boys who are circumcised have had the foreskin, which is the skin that covers the tip of the penis, removed

This is when the couple are infected then the sperm too is infected,so there's every possibility that the child too might be
infected when born, or they might be infected thru the toilet they use in their home.
Are UTIs serious?

Most UTIs are not serious, but some infections can lead to serious problems. Chronic kidney infections—infections that recur or last a long time—can cause permanent damage. This damage can include kidney scars, poor kidney function, high blood pressure, and other problems. Some acute kidney infections—infections that develop suddenly—can be life threatening, especially if the bacteria enter the bloodstream.


    pain or burning during urination with only a few drops of urine at a time
    not eating
    cloudy, dark, bloody, or foul-smelling urine
    urinating often
    pain in the back or side below the ribs
    leaking urine into clothes or bedding in older children


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