Dr Saket Naroli Logo

Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary Tract Infections

A urinary tract infection is a condition occurring from microbes affecting the bladder or the urethra. Some severe conditions may also involve the kidneys. Untreated UTIs can lead to severe ailments such as Parkinson’s. The infection-causing bacteria enter the urinary tract through the urethra up from the bladder to the kidneys, sometimes. The bacteria that cause the infection is Escherichia Coli. It is more frequent in women than men.

Dr. Saket Narnoli is a urinary tract infection expert. He has a keen eye for treating numerous urinary tract infections. He is a urologist doctor in Dhanbad, who has tales of successful UTI treatments across the country. He holds in working as a urologist in a dedicated department of the esteemed Asarfi Hospital of Dhanbad.

Symptoms of Urinary Tract Infection

  • Frequent sensations to urinate
  • Cloudy urine
  • Stinky urine
  • Pelvic pain
  • Bloody urine

Causes of Urinary Tract Infection


Diabetics have high sugar levels in the blood, this encourages bacterial growth that acts as a stimulus for the spread of urinary tract infections across urinary organs.


When you can’t pass the solid waste, it remains stored and causes bacteria that may lead to a severe urinary tract infection. Correct your constipation before it takes a serious toll on the body.

Unfavorable feminine products

We know that urinary tract infection is most common in women. It may also happen if a particular feminine intimate product doesn’t suit you, it may in turn infect your urethra.


Water is nature’s toxin that helps in getting rid of toxins such as urine. Dehydration is the lack of water in the body, this makes it favorable for a urinary tract infection to spread.

Holding urine

It’s common advice that you mustn’t hold it in your urine for a long time. If you hold it in your urine frequently for over six hours, then you may develop a tendency for infection. Never hold it!

How You Can Treat a Urinary Tract Infection

A urinary tract infection is not a fatal treatment. It can be easily cured in two ways- remedially and medically. If it isn’t that severe then you must try traditional remedies such as drinking plenty of water, sipping cranberry juice, holding a hot water bag over your lower abdomen, and stopping the intake of all caffeinated beverages. In stages of severity, you must go on with antibiotics and penicillin to get your urine in control and stop the spread of infection right up to the kidneys. Having coconut water can also help you pass urine instantly.

Do you feel you need to see a urinary infection expert? Get in touch with Dr. Narnoli.