What is the full form of UTI?

  1. What is the full form of UTI?
  1. The full form of UTI is Urinary Tract Infection. UTI is an infection of the lower urinary tract, which includes kidney, bladder, uterus, urethra. it usually caused by bacteria, but sometimes it caused by fungi and rarely by virus.women have a high chance of getting a urinary tract infection.

    symptoms of UTI

    Urinary tract infection systems depend on which part of urinary tract infection occurs:

    Symptoms of a lower tract UTI

    burning with urination

    increased frequency of urination

    increased urgency of urination

    bloody urine

    cloudy urine

    urine that looks like cola or tea

    urine that has a strong odor

    pelvic pain in women

    rectal pain in men

    Symptoms of an upper tract UTI (Kidney, ureters)




    pain and tenderness in the upper back


    UTI Cause

    UTI is caused by Bacteria E.coil. pathogen enters into the urinary tract via urethra or anus.then its reaches the bladder and starts multiplying. the infection mostly occurs in the bladder and urethra.

    Risk Factor of UTI

    There are many factors that increased the risk of getting a UTI. These factors include:

    previous history UTI

    Kidney stone

    age — older age people are more likely to get UTIs


    reduced mobility after surgery or prolonged bed rest

    urinary tract blockages, Like enlarged prostate, kidney stones, and certain forms of cancer

    Long use of urinary catheters, which may make it easier for bacteria to get into your bladder

    Diabetes People

    a weakened immune system

    Type of UTI

    Three types of UTI -

    Cystitis Infection

    Urethritis infection

    Pyelonephritis infection

    UTI Prevention

    Drink Plenty water, it is the best way to prevent UTI

    Don't hold Urine for a long time

    Wipe from front to back after urinating or bowel movement.

    skip deodorant sprays, scented powders, and other irritating feminine products

    Skip douching

    wash up before and after intercourse
What is the full form of UTI?