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Infección del tracto urinario

Urinary tract infections or UTIs can cause severe discomfort, making it difficult for you to work, enjoy your leisure time and sleep at night. Fortunately, you can ease pain and urinary urgency while you recover from an infection with over-the-counter UTI relief products. CVS carries a diverse assortment of UTI relief products that you purchase online and have conveniently shipped to your home.

What Is A UTI?

A urinary tract infection (UTI) can cause severe pelvic distress and painful urination. Most UTIs involve the lower region of the urinary tract, the urethra or bladder. However, UTIs can also impact the organs of the upper urinary tract, including the kidneys. Urinary tract infections are common, but 8 times more likely to affect women because of the differences between male and female anatomy.


UTI Symptoms

Most urinary tract infections are often caused by a common type of bacteria found in the gastrointestinal tract, E. coli. But not all of them. There are many other bacteria, viruses, and fungi that can lead to infection.

One of the most common signs of a urinary tract infection is a strong, frequent urge to urinate, even when you just went. You may also notice any number of the following symptoms:

  • Pain or a burning sensation during urination
  • Cramping in your lower back, belly, or sides
  • Foul-smelling or cloudy urine
  • Blood or pus in your urine
  • Rectal pain (men) or pelvic pain (women)

UTI Relief

UTI relief medications are intended to address the symptoms of UTIs, helping you feel more comfortable while clinical interventions are used to treat the underlying infection. The active medication in these drugs is usually phenazopyridine hydrochloride. This medication may soothe irritation in the urinary tract to alleviate pain and the constant feeling of having to urinate. As phenazopyridine hydrochloride is a dye, it usually causes urine to turn a harmless bright yellow or dark orange color.

UTI Supplements

Some people use natural products to promote urinary tract health. Cranberry extract is an especially popular natural intervention. Research indicates that cranberry extract may make it difficult for bacteria to build up in the urinary system. As a result, cranberry supplements like cranberry gummies may lower your risk of developing UTIs; however, there is not enough evidence to prove that any cranberry supplement will be effective for everyone who takes it.

How To Treat A UTI

If left untreated, urinary tract infections can worsen and spread to the bladder and kidneys, posing serious health risks. UTI pain relief products do not treat infections. Typically, prescription antibiotic medications are required to deal with the bacteria that causes UTIs. As a result, you should never simply take UTI relief products and hope that the infection will pass. Seeing a health care professional as soon as possible can greatly reduce your risk of complications. A medical professional can also help you ensure that you choose the right UTI relief product for alleviating discomfort while prescription medications clear up the infection. Only use UTI relief products as recommended by the manufacturer or your medical provider.

 

How Long Does A UTI Last?

How long your UTI lasts depends on several factors, including the location of your infection. An uncomplicated UTI involving the lower urinary tract usually responds to treatment quickly. If your provider prescribes an antibiotic, your symptoms could start improving within 48 hours. When you have a severe UTI, it can take much longer (7-14 days) for your symptoms to resolve.

UTI Treatment Over The Counter

CVS Pharmacy® has the UTI products you need to feel better fast, and a selection of dietary supplements formulated to support healthy bladder function. Although UTI relief medications won't have an impact on the cause of your infection, the active ingredients could help the burning, urgency, and urinary pain.

If a review of your symptoms and physical exam suggest you may have a urinary tract infection, your health care provider will likely request a "clean-catch" urine sample to confirm their diagnosis. If your provider suspects an upper tract UTI, they may also recommend a complete blood count or urine culture. Once confirmed, your doctor may want to treat your UTI with an antibiotic. Your practitioner may also recommend using an over-the-counter UTI pain reliever to help ease your uncomfortable symptoms.

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