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The UTI symptoms can develop quite rapidly - over a matter of hours, or more slowly - nagging for several weeks. Although not everyone with a urinary tract infection has symptoms, most children get at least some, especially:
It should be noted, however, that some mild cases of acute urinary tract infection may disappear spontaneously without any treatment.
All UTIs, though, should be thought of as the warning signs of something going on inside the urinary tract. They may seem unimportant at first, but they should never be ignored.
Please fill in our five-part questionnaire below, answering all questions thoughtfully, to the best of your knowledge. By doing so, you will be much better prepared for an eventual doctor’s appointment. It might also help your doctor determine if your child needs a urine test, which is not always a routine practice.
As for the symptoms, they are sensations or perceptions of changes in health experienced by your child and/or most likely observed by you as a parent.
Within 12 to 24 hours, you will email* you back the results along with our brief recommendations (if necessary) that may help you get your child’s urinary health back on track. The information given, however, is not intended to diagnose, prescribe or replace the advice of a physician or other healthcare professional.
While this questionnaire does not provide a medical diagnosis, it can be helpful in figuring out the best course of action to address your child's symptoms.
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