Kidney Infection In Women: Symptoms & Treatment

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Ananya Bhattacharjee
Ananya Bhattacharjee Writer. Musician. Mother. Reading, music and travelling are all time favourites. Been into ‘writing’ from the last 10 years and have become an everlasting love since I started.

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Kidney infection is an infection caused by contamination in the urinary tract and further spreads to both kidneys. Women are more affected by it, with the disease being either sudden or chronic. These are too painful and can also be life-threatening if they are not treated immediately and thoroughly. 

Symptoms of Kidney Infection

The signs of kidney infection generally arise two days after the disease in the urinary tract. Some of the symptoms of the same include:

  • Severe pain in the abdomen, back, groin, or any side of the body
  • Frequent nausea or vomiting tendency
  • Frequent urination or the feeling of having to pee frequently
  • Burning sensation while…

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