UTIs in Children Directory
UTIs in children are often caused by germs in the stool that get inside the urethra. These germs travel to the bladder and/or kidneys and cause an infection. With treatment, these infections do not usually last a long time. Treatments include antibiotics, drinking extra fluids, using the bathroom often, and more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how urinary tract infections in children are caused as well as symptoms, causes, treatments, and prevention.
UTI Treatment Options for Children
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common in kids, and they can be serious if you don't treat them. Learn the symptoms, and find out how to prevent these infections.
Overactive Bladder in Children
Children can have an overactive bladder too. WebMD looks at incontinence in children, what causes frequent urination, and how to treat bedwetting.
Home Test for Urinary Tract Infections
So, you think you have a urinary tract infection (UTI). Should you take a UTI home test, or wait to see your doctor? Find out whether these home tests are effective and what your next steps should be.
Bladder Pain: Common Causes, Treatments, and Tests
WebMD examines 3 main types of bladder pain, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments.