Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) –Bacterial Infection
* Bacteria traveling from the digestive tract to the urethra (women)
* Having a large prostate gland or not being circumcised (men)
* Weak immune system
* Kidney stones
* Sexual intercourse
* Pain or burning when you urinate
* Urine is cloudy or smells bad
* Stomach feels tender or heavy
* Nausea and vomiting
* Having pain on one side of your back, under your ribs (Kidney area)
Doctors can confirm if you have a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) by testing a sample of your urine, having a blood test done or a X-ray to screen for structural abnormalities or incomplete ...view middle of the document...
Under certain conditions, they can become so numerous they cause infections. Examples of infections are vaginal yeast infections, thrush (infection of tissues of the oral cavity), skin and diaper rash, and nail bed infections.
* Over growth of yeast in the body
* Change of estrogen and progesterone levels during pregnancy
* Antibiotics that kill the beneficial bacteria in the gut
* A weakened immune system from prolonged illness or high stress
* Clumpy discharge
* Redness, soreness and irritation of the vaginal area (women)
* Rashes that spread into the groin and anus with itching and irritation (men)
* Pain with sexual intercourse or burning with urination.
* Oral thrush causes curd like white patches inside the mouth
* Skin infection appears as a clearly defined patch of red, itchy skin, often leaking fluid
Microscopic examination, culturing or a full gynecologic exam is performed. In people with weakened immune systems, oral, vaginal, and skin candidal infections usually can be diagnosed by sight.
Mode of transmission:
* Oral contact
* Sexual contact