FAQ - Pyelitis
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Honey moon pyelitis. What is the cause and symptoms?.?
Honey Moon pyelitis used to be very common in newly wed couples on honey moon.
The ascending nature of bacterias from urethra give rise to burning micturation.
Next is the bladder CYSTITIS.
After 27 weeks the kidneys can get involved, so the name goes on.
PAIN IN LUMBER REGION
LOWER ABDOMINAL DISCOMFORT.
URGENCY OF MICTURATION BUT WITH PASSAGE OF FEW DROPS OF URINE.
FEMALES ARE AFFECTED MORE AS COMPARED TO MALES. (+ info
fever and flank pain are indicative of which of the following? urethritis, vaginitis, pyelitis, prostatitis?
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