The Mayo Clinic does not list a delayed period as a symptom of a urinary tract infection. Likewise, WebMD does not list a urinary tract infection as a cause of a delayed or missed period.Know More
WebMD states that a change in physical or emotional stress can cause a missed or delayed period, so if a woman's body is under stress, it would not be uncommon for a period to be delayed. However, typically speaking, a delayed period is not a common symptom of a urinary tract infection.
Common symptoms of a urinary tract infection listed by the Mayo Clinic include: a strong, persistent urge to urinate; a burning sensation when urinating; urine that appears cloudy; passing frequent, small amounts of urine; strong-smelling urine; pelvic pain in women, and rectal pain in men.Learn more about Menstruation
A urinary tract infection, or UTI, is typically treated with antibiotics, according to Mayo Clinic. Which antibiotic is used and for what duration depends on the bacterium causing the UTI and other factors.Full Answer >
A urinary tract infection can occur in both male and female dogs and is an infection that makes dogs feel lethargic and causes incessant urination, possible backaches and fevers, pain when urinating and even bloody urine, reports the Modern Dog Magazine. The infection itself can be caused from bladder infections, cancer, stones or crystals in the urinary area, stress, trauma, prostrate disease and congenital abnormality, according to WebMD.Full Answer >
A urinary tract infection caused by E. coli bacteria is treated using antibiotics, according to Mayo Clinic. Common antibiotics include amoxicillin, nitrofurantoin, ampicillin, ciprofloxacin and levofloxacin. When treated promptly and properly, most patients recover quickly; however, if left untreated a urinary tract infection can lead to recurrent infections, kidney damage and an increased risk for a woman to deliver a low birth weight baby.Full Answer >
According to Mayo Clinic, a urinary tract infection generally develops when bacteria enter the urinary tract and begin multiplying. The most common urinary tract infections are cystitis, which affects the bladder, and urethritis, which affects the urethra.Full Answer >