Bacterial infections are caused by pathogenic bacteria that invades an area of the body that is normally sterile, such as the bladder, according to Healthgrades. They also occur when they enter parts of the body such as ... More »

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According to Mayo Clinic, bacterial infections are caused by bacteria and can be treated with antibiotics. Common symptoms of bacterial infections are coughing and sneezing, fever, inflammation, vomiting, diarrhea, fatig... More »

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Neosporin contains antibiotics that prevent skin infection by either stopping or slowing the growth of bacteria, explains WebMD. Applying the product to areas affected by scrapes, burns or cuts makes healing faster. More »

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Bacterial meningitis is a disease resulting from a bacterial infection that causes the meninges to become inflamed, notes Mayo Clinic. Bacterial meningitis is usually a very severe disease that must be treated quickly an... More »

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Possible causes of itchy eyelids, which are often accompanied by redness or swelling, include allergies, infections, sleep deprivation and other conditions that irritate or infect the eyelid, according to Healthgrades. T... More »

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Bacterial vaginosis does not cause infertility itself, but it increases susceptibility to other infections linked to infertility, according to the Mayo Clinic. Vaginosis is a risk factor for contracting or spreading sexu... More »

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Doctor treat bladder infections by prescribing antibiotics to remove the bacteria from the body, according to Healthline. Patients can also take pain relievers such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen while taking antibiotics... More »

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