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UTIs becoming common among kids. Symptoms to watch out for

If you notice any of the above symptoms or any combination of symptoms, you should contact your doctor immediately. Diagnosis may require a urine sample, a physical exam, and your child’s medical history. They can also do a culture test where they put a urine in a cup and check the type of bacteria growing there. This will help your doctor find the exact germ that caused the infection and the right medicine to treat it. If your child has had a UTI, your doctor may even advise you to see a nephrologist (kidney specialist).

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