Doctors are currently warning about an increase in bladder infections which is closely brought about by UTI. This is common in women but recent research has revealed that men to are increasingly getting infected. Just like breast cancer in men, bladder infection is slowly becoming a common phenomenon among men.
The most common sign is when you visit the wash rooms frequently and experience hurt, burns or stings when you pee. According to research, the infection is caused by bacteria which leads to problems like pain in the lower belly and often having to pee way more than usual.
According to Doctor Patrick Maurich, bladder infection can lead to kidney infection and other complications if not treated early. He recommends that people with signs of the infection visit the hospital for checkup.
Here are some things you can do at home to get relief:
- Avoid having sex.
- Drink lots of water, but avoid alcohol, caffeine, and spicy foods. They can all make your symptoms worse.
- Take a pain reliever.
- Try a 15- to 20-minute soak in a warm bath.
- Use a heating pad on your lower belly.
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