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How do you describe bladder infection pain?

Bladder infection pain can manifest in a variety of ways, from mild to severe. Common symptoms include pressure in the bladder area, pelvic pain, frequent and painful urination, and burning when urinating.

Some patients may experience chills and fever, as well as cloudy and strong-smelling urine. Pain can range from mild to severe and can be constant or intermittent. In some cases, there may be pain in the lower abdomen and back, as well as lower back pain radiating down to the groin.

Bladder infection pain can also cause urgency and discomfort, even after having just gone to the bathroom. If the infection is severe, it can lead to severe cramps as well as nausea and vomiting.

What does a bladder infection pain feel like?

A bladder infection can cause pain that can range from mild to severe. The pain is typically felt in the lower abdomen, near the pelvic area. It may feel like a dull ache, pressure, or cramping, often accompanied with a burning sensation when you urinate.

Depending on the severity of the infection, the pain can be more localized or spread to the lower back, hips, and groin area. Other symptoms of bladder infection may include frequent urge to urinate, pain before or after urination, discolored or strong-smelling urine, and cloudy urine.