Who's at risk Kidney infections can happen at any age and are much more common in women. You may also need painkillers. Symptoms of kidney infection Symptoms of a kidney infection often come on within a few hours. These include: needing to pee suddenly or more often than usual pain or a burning sensation when peeing smelly or cloudy pee blood in your pee When to see a GP See a GP if you feel feverish and have pain that will not go away in your tummy, lower back or genitals. If you're especially vulnerable to the effects of an infection for example, if you have a long-term health condition or are pregnant , you may be admitted to hospital and treated with antibiotics through a drip. A kidney infection usually happens when bacteria, often a type called E. In addition to feeling unwell like this, you may also have symptoms of a urinary tract infection UTI such as cystitis.
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