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Posted by: Chantelle | 2010/04/22

Bladder Infection

What can cause regular bladder infections?

I am 29 years old and do not have any children.
I drink enough water during the day, ± 2 Litre.

Thank You &  Regards

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Our expert says:
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Hallo Chantelle
If you get more than 3 infections in a year you should see an urologist as there may be a stone in the kidney, or a narrowed urine tube, or other physical problems. Usually an examination under anaesthetic and /or sonar is done to look for possible causes of urine stagnantion that usually triggers repeated infection.
Dr Bets

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Our users say:
Posted by: Deliah | 2010/05/11

During the last 5 months i had 3 bladder infections which occured right after i had my period.Should i see a specialist?

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Posted by: cyberdoc | 2010/04/22

Hallo Chantelle
If you get more than 3 infections in a year you should see an urologist as there may be a stone in the kidney, or a narrowed urine tube, or other physical problems. Usually an examination under anaesthetic and /or sonar is done to look for possible causes of urine stagnantion that usually triggers repeated infection.
Dr Bets

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