Blue Waffles Infection

Blue Waffles Infection



 Blue Waffles Inflammation


Blue waffle Inflammation may be caused by the bacteria, fungi or viruses. In women, the causes usually travel to the urethra from the vagina. In most cases, the bacteria originate from the lower part of the digestive system and goes to the vagina from the anus. In men the chance to develop inflammation of the urethra is much smaller. Sexually-transmitted causes such as Neisseria gonorrhoeae, which causes gonorrhea -go to the vagina or penis during sexual intercourse with an infected partner, and expand to the urethra. When the men develop inflammation of the urethra, it is often caused by gonorrhea. Although the cause in the woman inhabits also the urethra, the probability of infection of the vagina, cervix, uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes is increased. Chlamydia and herpes simplex virus can also be transmitted sexually and cause inflammation of the urethra.


Blue Waffles Symptoms




In men, urethritis usually begins by leaking from its external orifice. The discharge contains pus, when caused by gonococcal or mucus when other causes are in question. Other symptoms of blue waffle include pain during urination and frequent, strong need to urinate. Vaginal infection can cause pain during urination, since the urine, which is acidic, flows through inflamed external genital organs.



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Blue Waffles Infection


Infection of the blue waffle  that is not treated or not treated properly, can eventually lead to a narrowing (stricture) of the urethra. The constriction increases the risk of inflammation in the higher (upper) part of the urethra and sometimes leads to the formation of an abscess (collection of pus) around the urethra. Abscesses can lead to ring-shaped protrusions on the wall of the urethra (urethral diverticula) that can also become a site of infection. If the abscess penetrates the skin, urine may leak through the newly created gap (urethral fistula)



Diagnosis and treatment



The diagnosis of blue waffles is usually already apparent by symptoms alone. The sample (swab of the urethra) of the discharge is taken and sent to a laboratory for analysis in order to determine the cause of the inflammation.



Blue wafflest reatment depends on the cause of the infection. For the treatment of bacterial infections antibiotics are administered. Infection with herpes simplex virus is treated with antiviral drugs, such as acyclovir.



Now that you’ve read all this, I must tell you that this is an urban legend and that this blue waffles disease does not exist.

Blue Waffle Disease Info

Causes and classification of blue waffle disease and infections


When having UTI, bacteria through the urethra enter the bladder, after which they can continue to make progress towards the kidneys.

The causes of blue waffle infections are bacteria that the physiological flora of the bowl is made of. Most common cause is the bacteria Escherichia coli, and less commonly are bacteria Proteus, Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Pseudomonas and others. Bacteria through the urethra enter the bladder, after which they can continue to make progress towards the kidneys.



Blue waffles disease can be divided into acute inflammation of the bladder (cystitis), acute inflammation of the kidneys (pyelonephritis), infection without symptoms (asymptomatic bacteriuria), recurrent infections and complicated infections.

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Blue Waffle


Problems that occur in blue waffle  are painful and frequent urination, burning sensation while urinating and a strong urge to urinate.

Acute inflammation of the blue waffles std is extremely common disease that usually occurs in women. Women are more affected because of the anatomical reasons (short and wide urethra), while in men blue waffles is rare and typically requires additional urological treatment. Problems that occur are painful urination, burning sensation while urinating, frequent urination of small amounts of urine, as well as a strong urge to urinate. Sometimes there is blood in the urine. The urine is often dark, thick, smelly, and a fever does not occur.



The diagnosis of blue waffle is confirmed by analysis of the urine. Urine is analyzed by test-strip, by looking at the sediment and by microbiological treatment called urine culture. Urine sample for this analysis is taken from the first morning urine or after the patient for at least three hours has not been urinating, usually using MSU. Midstream urine is taken after the usual hygiene of genitals. The first stream of urine "washes" the urethra, followed by midstream urine which is representative of urine from the bladder. Urine should be, as soon as possible, cultured in the laboratory, and if this is not possible then the sample can be stored at +4 degrees Celsius up to 24 hours.



Finding bacteria in urine suggests urinary tract infection (so called Bacteriuria) and also leukocytes (immune cells) in the urine (so called Leucocituria). Urine is normally sterile (without bacteria) except in the final part of the urethra. Since during urination, urine can have some of these bacteria, it is considered that only the finding of bacteria in excess of 100 000 per 1 milliliter of urine in midstream speaks in favor of infection, while a smaller number of bacteria usually presents a contamination. The treatment is carried out with antibiotics for 3-7 days, depending on the cause and its sensitivity to antibiotics. Although the problem can be severely reduced (or even disappear) for a day or two of starting the treatment, the bacteria may be present and will continue to proliferate again. That is the reason why antibiotic therapy should be carried out until the end, and with medication, it is important to drink plenty of fluids and avoid the cold.

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Treatment of blue waffle consists of sleep, good hydration, decreased body temperature, and antibiotic therapy.

Blue waffle disease usually begins as inflammation of the bladder which expands to the kidney. In addition to characteristic of cystitis, also occurs back pain and fever. Therefore, you should definitely make a urine analysis, and also blood test to assess renal function (urea, creatinine) and see the parameters of inflammation (leukocytes, erythrocyte sedimentation rate). The treatment consists of rest, good hydration, decreased body temperature, and antibiotic therapy. Patients with less severe clinical picture can be treated at home while others are treated in hospital. Antibiotic treatment lasts for 10-14 days, and the control of urine culture should be carried out for 14 days after the end of therapy.

Asymptomatic bacteriuria

Asymptomatic bacteriuria is treated only in pregnant women and patients who have some sort of urological surgery.

Asymptomatic bacteriuria is when the urine contains bacteria, but the person does not have any interference or clinically expressed problems. Condition like that is not necessary to treat except in special cases; it is treated only in pregnant women and patients who have some sort of urological surgery. It is not necessary to treat other people with asymtomatic bacteria, such as persons with urinary catheter that is regularly changed every 3-6 weeks. Specifically, catheter in these people represents the object that permanently transfers bacteria in the bladder, so it is not necessary to introduce antibiotics (except in the case of certain problems). Thus, the presence of bacteria in urine is not immediately sign of disease.

Repeated urinary tract infections

For recurring infections it is necessary to rule out other diseases or abnormalities that may be the real cause of the problem.

Infections that occur repeatedly (2 or more times in six months, or three or more times in a year) are called recurring urinary tract infections. They typically occur in women, usually in the form of cystitis. Given that this is a recurrent infection, it is necessary to exclude any other disease or abnormalities that may be the real cause of urinary tract infections. Treatment consists of a medicament parts and by applying the rules of a healthy lifestyle (hygiene measures). Medical treatment is carried out in consultation with the family doctor, and consists in taking antibiotics - usually one tablet in the evening for a longer period of time (6-12 months). Adequate diagnostic methods should eliminate existence of pathological conditions (urolithiasis, tumors, narrowing of the urethra). It is important to emphasize that these are infections that can be repeated until the end of life. Although they may partially reduce the quality of life, do not represent a serious threat to the health of the affected persons.



Complicated blue waffles infections occur in people who have underlying disease or condition which facilitates the development of infection, but at the same time hinder the healing. Factors that complicate urinary tract infections are male gender, pregnancy, urinary tract infections acquired in the hospital, the presence of urinary catheters, the presence of urologic abnormalities, presence of stones or urinary tract tumors, transplants, weakened kidney function and diabetes. In these patients, treatment with antibiotics is carried out by controlling the factors that complicate urinary infection. Such patients, except seeing a family doctor, require review and examination by a specialist urologist or nephrologist and are often treated in the hospital.



Blue waffles disease occur in approximately 10% of pregnant women. If left untreated they can lead to the development of kidney inflammation, which results in an increased risk of premature birth, a higher perinatal mortality, and increases the risk of fetal growth restriction. This is why pregnant woman should be treated if having asymptomatic bacteriuria emphasizing that in pregnancy they should take antibiotics that do not adversely affect the unborn child.

Hygiene measures and prevention

To prevent the occurrence of blue waffle, it is recommended to drink more liquids, urinate frequently and not to hold urine and to urinate after intercourse. Furthermore, it is necessary to properly wash genitals (in women from front to back), take a shower instead of soaking in the tub and avoid tight clothing. Daily fluid intake should be such that 2 liters of urine is excreted. If despite all the above measures urinary tract infections are frequently repeated, then it is best to seek medical advice.

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Blue Waffles: What is it and how do I treat it?


If you have looked at several medical journals, you will notice that the blue waffle disease is hard to find. For some, it may seem as if it is not real, but it is in fact a very real problem. Similar to vaginitis, but has very few symptoms. While the medical journals may not have it yet covered, there are very specific symptoms, and it requires a very specific therapy to treat it.

What does it look like?

Due to a vaginal discomfort and swelling, it is sometimes associated with vaginitis, but a blue waffle is a disturbing phenomenon. Extended welts that appear in the color blue will form around the labia, the clitoris, and also in and around the vaginal opening. The blue color is easy to recognize and makes it different from other conditions that affect similar areas of the body.

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Blue Waffles


This condition will also come with intense itching and burning. An intensive, high odor is accompanied by a thick discharge coming out of the vaginal area. The woman will have scaly, dry skin, the irritation with aching or pain increased in the abdominal area. Many women these symptoms associate with vaginitis, but they should see a doctor for treatment, before it becomes unbearable.

Is it an STD?

Blue waffle is NOT an STD but it is usually contracted through sexual intercourse. It can form because of poor hygiene or through sexual intercourse with a person who has poor hygiene. It may also be the result of masturbation with toys that have been contaminated. This condition often targets women who have broken or even hurt the skin, which is around or in the vagina.



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Blue Waffles Std


20-40 percent of women over a lifetime have at least one urinary tract infection, and 2-4 percent of women with the disease of the urinary system have it each year. Do you know how they occur and how to prevent them?



First: blue waffles is a very common urine infection?



Depending on the affected organ we distinguish three types of infections: urethritis - an infection of the urethra; Blue Waffles - bladder infection, pyelonephritis - kidney infection. Blue waffles is indeed the most common.



2nd. Most urinary infections are caused by a virus?



FALSE. Causes of urinary tract infections are bacteria that go into the urethra and there proliferate and enter the urinary bladder, and consequently urine becomes infected. In most cases, the cause is the bacteria Escherichia coli.



3rd This is a harmless infection?



It is correct. The risk depends on which organ is infected. If the bacteria infect the bladder, causing blue waffles, it is usually a harmless infection.



4th sexual intercourse favors the development of blue waffles infections?



Correct. It is advisable to urinate after every sexual intercourse in order to eliminate any possible bacteria through the urine and to prevent urinary tract infections, but primarily to protect against sexually transmitted diseases; it is recommended to use condoms, especially for people without a permanent partner.



5th DIABETIC PATIENTS have higher risk for development of urinary tract infections?



Correct. Because of the increased concentration of blood sugar, bacteria and fungi that cause urinary tract and skin infections are more easily breed.



6th Blue waffle resolve itself spontaneously?



Correct. In some cases, however, it is recommended a treatment with antibiotics to cure the infection completely and to prevent recurrences. Supplements with active ingredients, that help remove pathogens from the urinary tract, are advised to be used.



7th Blue waffles infections are treated with analgesics?



FALSE. Although some infections are accompanied by very unpleasant burning sensation and pain when urinating, it is a bacterial infection and those are treated primarily with antibiotics, but not on our own discretion, but with medical advice and control.



8th Only women are faced with blue waffles disease?



FALSE. It is true that blue waffle disease mainly affect women. The men have different anatomical structure of the urinary tract so are naturally safer compared to women, but are not fully protected, and the risk of contracting the disease in men is increased parallel with age.



9th cranberry juice and vitamin C helps prevent blue waffle?



Correct. They increase the acidity of urine, which prevents bacteria from multiplying. The active ingredients of cranberries prevent bacteria retention in the bladder wall.

10th Diagnosis is set by urine test?



Correct. To diagnose blue waffles blood tests are not required, diseases are determined by laboratory analysis of urine, sometimes by urine culture to detect the cause and to prescribe appropriate therapy.



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Seven tricks



Although very common, disorders of urination and urinary tract infections can be prevented.



  1. Do not hold your urine, as soon as you feel the urge to urinate, go to the toilet for prolonged retention of urine in the bladder creates conditions favorable to the propagation of harmful microorganisms, and that means the possibility of developing an infection. Prolonged refraining from urinating also increases the risk of hypertension sphincter of the bladder.




  1. Avoid straining when urinating. Did you know that naturally we urinate 6-8 times during the day; it takes us about 1-2 hours per month.




  1. Always fully discharge the bladder. Remember that any urinary retention is an opportunity for micro organisms, potential causes of blue waffles std.




  1. Do not intentionally interrupt urination; it makes it difficult to completely empty the bladder.




  1. Always urinate after intercourse.




  1. Sanitary pads use only in the days of menstruation and often change them, remember that moisture initiates the propagation of microorganisms.




  1. Wipe always from front to rear so that microorganisms from the anus don`t go into the vagina.




Now that you've read all this, I must tell you that this is an urban legend and that this blue waffles disease does not exist.