Do you have a sudden, strong need to urinate?
Burning sensation with urination?
Frequent urination, but in small amounts?
Turbid urine color or the presence of blood in it and smell strong?
Or pelvic pain (in women)?
If a bladder infection remains untreated, the infection can spread to the kidneys and lead to permanent kidney damage, which is more serious. If a person has a kidney infection, they may need to be treated in a hospital. Rarely, chronic UTIs can cause sepsis if left untreated, which can be life-threatening.
Take the necessary tests to solve these problems and avoid urinary tract pain.