If you have a bladder infection, urinary tract infection or infection of any part of your urinary system, these symptoms can lead to serious complications if left untreated. Well then, is there any connection between bladder infection and skin rash?
How does urinary tract infection occur?
Bladder infection refers that your urinary tract has got damaged to some extent. And the urinanry tract consists of your kidneys, ureters and bladder. Once the kidneys and their nephrons filter excess wastes that have circulated through your body, they are the able to turn the excess waste products into urine. The urine flows out of urethra, and out of your body. However, when the kidneys are damaged by some certain factors such as high blood pressure, diabetes, low immune system and so on, kidneys will fail to function well. Consequently, too much wastes and toxins will build up in the body and once these harmful substance enter into urinary tract through blood circulation, then, infection or inflammatory will occur.
Well then, how does skin rash occur?
Actually, a skin rash can be caused by any number of reasons-allergy, disease and reactions to external matter, insects or environmental factors. It is evidenced as a change in skin texture, discoloration, or inflammation of the skin. Some people with Kidney Failure are prone to suffer from skin problem such as dry skin, itchy skin, and skin rash and so on. How does it occur in kidney disease? Because the damaged kidney can not function properly to remove harmful substances from the blood stream. The accumulation of wastes contributes to skin rash.
Through the above analysis, we can see that both bladder infection and skin rash are induced by the build up of the wastes in the body, namely the damaged kidney. If you suffer from the kidney disease patients for a long time, bladder infection and skin problems may be the common symptoms. In view of this point, we can see that there is a certain connection between bladder infection and skin rash. By the way, if you have no idea about how to deal with your condition, please talk with our doctors online directly or leave a message below directly and we will do what we can help you.
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