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People who feel pain after urinating must know these & get help as soon as possible

There are many underlying conditions that can cause pain while urinating or burning sensation that most of people experience. Many people are living with chronic diseases and some of them don't even know they have chronic disease until its too late and the body start suffering with dysfunctional and if you do not get help as soon as possible you might die.

There are diseases associated with burning sensation during urinating like kidney failure, high blood pressure, bilhazier and urinary tract infection. But the main culprit here is high blood pressure that end up causing complications for the body . If your blood pressure is not controllabe, it put pressure on the kidneys and if kidneys fail to work properly theywill not maintain the balance for the body.

And if the body is not balanced it means you will develop kidney stones andthe body's blood will be full of toxins that should be flushed out by the kidneys during urination.A burning feeling is usually a symptom of a problem somewhere in the urinary tract. Urethral stricture disease, and kidney stones are possible causes of this symptom, and they are all curable. Treatment can often relieve the symptoms of painful bladder syndrome if this is the underlying issue.

The main danger associated with untreated UTIs is that the infection may spread from the bladder to one or both kidneys. When bacteria attack the kidneys, they can cause damage that will permanently reduce kidney function. In people who already have kidney problems, this can raise the risk of kidney failure.

When left untreated the infection from a UTI can actually move throughout the body becoming very serious and even life threatening. If you do not treat a bladder infection, it may turn into a kidney infection, which can then result in a more serious infection that's moved into the blood stream.

Doctor or other health care provider can treat most urinary tract infections. If you have frequent recurrences or a chronic kidney infection, you may be referred to a doctor who specializes in urinary disorders or kidney disorders for an evaluation.

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