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Symptoms

A urinary tract infection usually causes one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Unusually frequent urination

  • An intense urge to urinate

  • Pain, discomfort or a burning sensation during urination

  • Awakening from sleep to pass urine

  • Pain, pressure or tenderness in the area of the bladder (in the middle of the lower abdomen, below the navel)

  • Bedwetting in a person who usually had been dry at night

  • Urine that looks cloudy or smells foul

  • Fever, with or without chills

  • Nausea and vomiting

  • Pain in the side or upper back

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