Dr Arbinder Singal, a renowned Pediatric Urologist, says that the number of cases of urinary tract infections in children (especially girls) are rising. And this mainly attributed to the fact that children in school either have to wait till lunch-breaks to go to the washroom or have to use toilets (which are not cleaned properly). Here are 7 simple natural remedies to treat urinary tract infection.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) in children are broadly classified into lower UTIs and upper UTIs. The common signs and symptoms that children may experience if suffering from urinary tract infections are frequent urination, uncontrolled urination, stomach ache, fever and vomiting. Although these infections can be treated with the help of antibiotics and intravenous infections, it is important to know the exact cause of the disease and get treated to prevent recurrent UTIs. Watch this video to get a clear idea about causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and complications of UTIs in children.
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Published: February 19, 2015 6:05 pm