1. Female much easier to get infected
2. Typical symptoms: lower belly pain, burning pain when peeing, urinary urgency, and frequency
3. Watch for fever and flank pain for a complication of kidney infection (pyelonephritis)
4. Usually improving fast with appropriate antibiotics
1. Flank pain, radiating to the groin area
2. Adequate hydration
Lower belly, can be bilateral
No gas or bowel movement
1. The acid helps to digest food, but it may go in the wrong direction, causing acid reflex and burning
2. Mild: try Tums or Pepcid
3. Moderate: try omeprazole
4. Severe: see your family doctor
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