Does Urinary Tract infection lead to kidney failure?
If you have symptoms of a lower urinary tract infection your healthcare should be notified with what’s going on. If you have symptoms of an upper urinary tract infection involving your kidneys you should go to the emergency room if your doctor cannot see you the same day. If you are having symptoms of a lower urinary tract infection and experiencing any of the following: vomiting and inability to keep down fluids or medication, not better after the second day of starting your antibiotics, if you are pregnant, have diabetes, A.I.D.S, or any other disease that affects the immune system, and if you are taking anyy medications that supresses the immune system. You should also know that Ibuprofen, motrin, any medication related to Ibuprofen also puts you at greater risk of kidney failure, even when taken without having a U.T.I. Because urinary tract infections are very common among women, you should always drink plenty of water. Cranberry juice helps as well and if you don’t like cranberry