Fever is one of the main symptoms of urinary tract infection. In outpatient, there are many urinary tract infection patients are treated by fever.
The fever type changes of urinary tract infection is large, can be continued fever, intermittent fever or fever, also can be low heat, even long-term fever. High fever is mainly seen in acute urinary tract infection, low fever with chronic urinary tract infection is more common.
The accompanying symptoms of fever associated with urinary tract infection are complicated, and are often misdiagnosed as other diseases clinically. Such as some patients with high fever, chills, accompanied by systemic discomfort, nausea, vomiting, drowsiness and other symptoms, without obvious urinary tract symptoms, easily misdiagnosed as upper respiratory tract infection, such as fever disease, this phenomenon is more common in children with urinary tract infection and blood infection cases.
In some cases, the clinical manifestation is mainly characterized by chronic low fever, which can easily be misdiagnosed as tuberculosis, autoimmune diseases and tumors. But in general, patients with urinary tract irritation are still the majority. Clinically, as long as the consultation history, careful examination, generally can do accurate diagnosis.