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Why does it hurt when I pee?

A bladder infection, known medically as "cystitis," is a specific type of urinary tract infection (UTI). Other types of UTI's include kidney infections and urethral infections. Cystitis is often spread by sexual contact and can be passed back and forth between partners. If you think that you have a bladder infection or other type of UTI you should definitely see a doctor. Antibiotics can prevent a mild bladder infection from spreading to the kidneys and becoming a serious problem. Symptoms of a bladder infection include cloudy urine, painful urination and a feeling of abdominal pressure. Home remedies can help you to clean out your urinary tract and to strengthen your immune system but should not be relied upon as a complete solutiona.


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