How would I know if a bunny has a urinary infection?

Answer Urinary tract infections in rabbits, as in humans, are caused by bacteria in the urethra, bladder or kidneys. It can be exacerbated by a buildup of calcium in the bladder, which scrapes the sides o... Read More »

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Is a urinary tract infection the same as a bladder infection?

On One Hand: There is More to a Urinary Tract Than a BladderEvery bladder infection can fairly be categorized as a urinary tract infection, although not every urinary tract infection is a bladder i... Read More »

Can a urinary tract infection cause a yeast infection?

On One Hand: Not a Cause of Yeast InfectionsAccording to The Partnership for Women's Health at Columbia University, yeast infections may occur as a result of diarrhea that is sometimes a side effec... Read More »

What is a urinary infection?

A urinary infection, also known as a urinary tract infection, is an extremely painful condition that has several symptoms. Among the symptoms of a urinary tract infection are an intense burning pai... Read More »

I think I have a urinary track infection, help?

Yes it is a urinary tract infection, if not already a bladder infection. Definitely see doctor in less than 72 hours, for treatment with antibiotics.