It may be difficult to figure out an elderly person has a urinary tract infection (UTI)
because they don’t exhibit the classic symptoms. Frequency or urgency of urination;
pain or burning with urination; dark, cloudy or bloody urine; and pelvic pain or pressure
can all be signs of a UTI. However, older adults may express atypical symptoms
such as confusion, agitation, incontenence, dizziness, lethargy, poor motor skills, halluinations,
falling or other behavorial changes. Severe cases may include fever, back
pain, nausea or vomiting.
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