Urinary Tract Infections
At times Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) can occur. There are typical symptoms that may indicate you have a UTI. If you develop a fever or have one or more of these, contact your doctor.
- Hypertension (blood pressure greater than 200/100)
- Leakage or voiding between catheterizations
- Increased spasms of legs, abdomen, or bladder
- Feeling the need to catheterize more often
- Feeling the need to catheterize immediately
- Burning feeling in your urethra, penis, or pubic area
- Lower back pain
- Sediment or mucus in your urine
- Foul-smelling or cloudy urine
- Blood in your urine
- Autonomic dysreflexia
Direct any medical questions to a health care professional. Always consult with your physician before modifying any course of treatment.