Yesterday, I started feeling a UTI coming on. I have had them before so I knew what it was. Later that evening, I started getting chills and feeling achy (similar to having the flu) but with no fever. Are these typical with a UTI? I know I have had these symptoms before, but I don't remember if they were at a time when I had a UTI. A brief internet search shows some sites that said yes and some sites that said no. I'm getting antibiotics from the doctor, but I thought I'd ask on the forum until I can get in with her.
How are you?Were you able to treat your infection? You are right in saying that UTI can present with chills, as well as urinary frequency, urgency and dysuria. Some experience no symptoms while others do not experience all symptoms. Drinking plenty of fluids may help. Take care and best regards.
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