- What Is Known About UTIs
- Healthy Steps: UTIs—First Steps
- Healthy Steps: UTIs—Full Program
- Preventing UTIs
- From Dr. Deborah's Desk
It starts as a twinge right after you urinate. Then you notice a burning during the next trip to the bathroom, which happened painfully soon after the last trip, and yielded little urine. Pretty soon you are automatically drinking more water so that at least something happens when you respond to the constant feeling of urging in your bladder. And then you realize, "Ahah, a bladder infection!"