Urinary Tract Problems are seldom diagnosed until and unless the symptoms start to show in a severe manner. These problems usually involve the kidneys, ureters, urethra or the bladder. Problems with urine flow are one of the main signs of Urinary Tract Problems. Other signs include itching in the genital regions, burning while passing urine, wetting the bed, incontinence, unable to pass enough urine and so on. Experts have noted that females are more prone to suffering from Urinary Tract Problems. The exact causal factor or factors behind this is not known, but it is assumed that since the female urethra is shorter, this happens.
HOW IS URINARY TRACT PROBLEMS DIAGNOSED?
After respiratory tract infections, Urinary Tract infections are the most common.