How can a kidney and bladder infection make you nauseous and queasy?
Q:How can a kidney and bladder infection make you nauseous and queasy?
More Answers to "How can a kidney and bladder infection make you nauseous and queasy?"Often times, especially in systems peripheral to the digestive system, such as the kidney and bladder, an infection confuses the body. If something leading from my stomach is ill my body may assume that my stomach is sick as well, and the two principal defenses of your stomach are immediate bowel evacuation and vomiting. Expelling what makes us sick is a primal response, but still effective. That could be the reason, or the nature of the infection is one with an enzymatic release or something similiar, that could also cause these problems. are you taking antibiotics for it? then it's probably a side effect of them. it might also be that the infection has impaired kidney function, which can be dangerous. better tell your doctor!
All infections have organisms that release toxic agents that can cause the body to mount an immune response. And side effects of this can be some nausea, fever, chills. Bladder infections especially can cause you to feel nauseous.
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