Referring to urinary tract infections , many people feel that this is a " gynecological disease " that is not relevant to men, but this is not the case in recent years, the incidence of male urinary tract infection is getting higher and higher, and the recurrence rate of the male is higher, every "cure" for a period of time, the symptoms will come back again and bring a lot of trouble to the life of the patient, then can urinary tract infection cause back pain?
Urinary tract infection, referred to as urinary flu, refers to the pathogens in the urinary tract growth and reproduction caused by urinary tract inflammation, often accompanied by urinary frequency, urgency, dysuria, chills, fever, back pain and other symptoms. Clinical data show that about half of men over 35 years old are suffering from urinary tract infections.
Recurrent urinary tract infection (uti), the main reason is the treatment is not complete, a lot of people withdrawal medicine as soon as their symptoms disappear, seemingly cured, in fact, a small amount of bacteria continue to reproduce in the urethra, after treatment is suspended, it is easy to cause recurrent attacks, over time can also develop into chronic urinary tract infection.
In addition, urine associated with diabetes, urinary stones, urethral obstruction, prostatic hypertrophy and some other underlying diseases, long-term use of immunosuppressive agents, as well as some people with dirty contact, the resistance will decline, may also lead to urinary tract relapse.
We should prevent urinary tract infection should be more water, do not holding back urine, excretion of "toxins" through the urine and try to avoid bacterial invasion; best not to smoke, eat spicy food, exercise; due to work needs to sedentary people, best to wear loose clothes, underwear to cotton is better, not too tight, pay attention to personal hygiene.
In addition, should be actively treated easily lead to urinary tract diseases, once the disease related symptoms, should go to regular hospital treatment in a timely manner. In particular, it must be emphasized that treatment must be timely, adequate, full course of treatment, must not "follow the feeling" random withdrawal.