Whenn I first started looking for bladder infection information, I found it really hard to find something that worked for me. I was too embarrassed to ask the people I knew. I felt like the doctors were dismissing me and so many of the internet sites just told me to go tothe doctor.

When you are looking for bladder infection information, you want answers... fast!

I get quite a few emails now from people asking for advice. Here are some of the Frequently Asked Questions to help you get the answers you need quickly and easily.

But the really great thing about this page is that when you ask a question, you are not just getting answers for yourself. You are helping to create a library of questions and answers that will help other people just like you who have been suffering.


Each question asked creates its own unique webpage with space for answers from me AND from other readers. You may not have all the answers figured out, but by sharing your story you are helping more than you know.

If you have bladder infection information feel free to share it, the more we can knowledge we can share them more we able to help each other. The one thing I do ask is that you keep your comments positive and respect other people.

When giving bladder infection information be sure to keep your comments kind and respectful. Do the best you can. When you know better do better.
Keep it helpful.

So read through the Frequently Asked Questions section and if you aren't getting the answers you want, then submit your own question below.

Frequently Asked Questions

I'm not sure if I have a bladder infection. How do I know?

The common symptoms of a bladder infection are:

  • Pain when you pee
  • Feeling like you need to pee often
  • Not being able to pee very much even though you feel like you need to
  • Generally feeling gross
  • Pain
  • Cloudy urine
  • Smelly urine

The only sure way you can know you technically absolutely have a bladder infection is to have a test at the doctors. But for most people, they are able to recognise these symptoms clearly enough to be able to tell they have a bladder infection. If you are having these symptoms, time to get onto treating it. If you are having fevers and lower back pain, be aware it may have spread to your kidneys. Kidney infections are serious - Click here for more info.

I'm in pain! What can I do to fix my bladder infection right now?

The key to fixing a bladder infection permanently is to figure out what is causing it. Unfortunately that can often take time. But there are some quick steps you can take to minimise the pain while you figure out a better solution. Click here for a list of ways to help you minimise the pain. My personal recommendations for where to start with fixing your bladder infection.

  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Avoid sugar and processed foods.
Finding a treatment that works for you can take time. This is a good place to start. For more on bladder infection treatments click here.

I am peeing blood. I am worried I have a kidney infection. What should I do?

Kidney infections are serious. If you are worried that you have a kidney infection then get treated as soon as you can. Here is an article on how to tell if you have a kidney infection.

I am constantly getting bladder infections. I get them all the time. What can I do?

Finding the cause of your bladder infection is the key to getting rid of them permanently. This can be a quick fix for some and take a while for others. This a big subject. I am currently working on creating a program to help you diagnose what is causing your bladder infection. i hope to have this ready as soon as possible.

Do you have a question about bladder infections? What about some answers?

By sharing your question on this page, you can help someone else who may be in need of the same answers. The more we share ideas, questions and solutions together, the better chance we all have of finding something to help everyone. Check the Frequently Asked Questions below to see if there is an answer there that can help you. Thanks so much for your sharing your stories. X Georgia

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