DIET FOR URINARY TRACT INFECTION
Microbes can cause an infection called a urinary tract infection (UTI). These are the organisms that require a microscope to be observed. The majority of UTIs are brought on by bacteria, while occasionally fungi and viruses can play a role. These infections are really the most widespread in people and can occur anywhere in the urinary system.
Causes and danger signs
- renal stone
- using soiled tampons or pad
- Having sex with a partner who is infected
Listed Signs of a UTI by Dietitian Neha
- Pelvic pain
- nausea and diarrhoea
- urine that smells strongly
- stomach pain and back pain
- a powerful and persistent need to urinate
- pee that is cloudy, red, or has a strong odour
- partial bladder emptying that runs away
- When urinating, there may be discomfort or burning.
- worse outcomes
- ongoing infections
- babies that were premature or low birth weight
- pregnancy-related increase in delivery risk
- Recurrent urethritis in males causes urethral narrowing
- Acute or persistent kidney infection that results in permanent kidney damage.
Recommendations By Dietitian Neha for a UTI diet
- Increasing your water intake
- Consume vitamin A-rich foods.
- Consume vitamin C-rich foods.
- Eat leafy greens for a healthy diet
- Avoid alcohol, sweets, caffeine, and spicy meals.
- Avoid artificial sweeteners and citrus-based foods.
- Consult a dietitian for advice on how to treat the condition naturally.
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