Urinary Tract Infections In Pregnancy

Urinary tract infections occur during pregnancy are common and are apparently due to the slow urine flow, which is caused by the hormonal dilation and weakened peristalsis of the ureters and the pressure that the widening uterus exerts on the ureters. In about 15% of all pregnancies there is a asymptomatic bacteriuria, which develops in some cases symptomatic cystitis or pyelonephritis. but a manifest urinary tract infection is not always…

September 3, 2018