Urinary tract infections are most common in women, but can also occur in men. They are caused by the bacteria E. Coli making its way into the urinary tract. Once the bacteria is there it continues to reproduce and causes much dicomfort in the bladder and tract. Changes in acidity levels can stop the reproduction and can be achieved by use of antibiotics.
Chlamydia bacteria can also cause UTIs. Usually it the bacteria only goes to the urethra, but if untreated it can spread to the bladder, and even up to the kidney, resulting in a kidney infection, therefore potentially causing very serious damage.
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