Kidney Infection: TV actress Shivangi Joshi has kidney infection, you too should not ignore such symptoms in the body
Kidney Infection Symptoms: Famous TV actress Shivangi Joshi has shared a post on Instagram updating her fans and followers about her latest health. Sharing a picture of herself in the hospital, Shivangi has updated that she was admitted due to a kidney infection. In the picture, you can see Shivangi drinking coconut water and with this picture she wrote in her caption- Hello, I have kidney infection for a few days, but I want to tell you that my family, friends, doctors, hospital I am feeling better by the grace of the staff and God.
TV actress Shivangi Joshi has a kidney infection
She further said, "I want to remind all of you that you have to take care of your body, mind and soul and the most important thing is that friends stay hydrated." Love to all of you and I will be back in action very soon. Shivangi, 24, is a famous name in the world of TV. Shivangi's post on kidney infection at the beginning of summer points our attention to why kidney infection occurs and how it can be avoided. Kidney infection occurs when there is a bacterial infection caused by E.coli in the urinary tract. The bacteria enter the body through the urinary tract and reach the kidneys where it causes an infection.
You too should not ignore such symptoms in the body.
Common symptoms of kidney infection are discomfort in the lower back and lower abdomen. The body temperature of the infected person may also be high and the person may also feel shivering and cold. Kidney infection can cause extreme weakness, loss of appetite and lethargy. In some cases the person also has diarrhoea.
Why is hydration important?
People who have kidney infections are often advised to drink plenty of water regularly as it helps in flushing out the bacteria from the kidney. It is advised to keep drinking water till one feels symptoms apart from dark colored foul smelling urine during infection. Not drinking water for a long time can cause a urine infection. These include pain or burning sensation while urinating, frequent urge to urinate, the feeling of not being able to relieve completely, blood in the urine, foul-smelling urine and persistent pain in the lower abdomen. Kidney infections have symptoms.