But wait — what exactly is a UTI, and how do you know if you have it?
–> Chances are you might have already experienced such a thing and was prescribed antibiotics by your general practitioner.
Here are some symptoms you should look out for according to Centres for Disease Control and Prevention:
■ Pain or burning while urinating
■ Frequent urination
■ Feeling the need to urinate despite having an empty bladder
■ Bloody urine
■ Pressure or cramping in the groin or lower abdomen
Less common but possible symptoms of a UTI:
■ Lower back pain or pain in the side of your back
■ Nausea or vomiting