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Old 06-19-2017, 10:15 AM   #1
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I went to the ER this morning bc my dr's nurse told me to. I thought I had appendicitis. I don't, thank god, but I have a UTI. my mood has been super angry the whole weekend and it feels out of character and uncomfortable. Could the infection cause negative mood?
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Yes! My adult daughter gets frequent UTI's and her first indication of the infection is always severe anxiety.

I hope your UTI clears up quickly. They are not fun
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Thank you so much Laurie. I suspected. I really hope this anger is from the UTI. It is really uncomfortable, and I am being a total ***** to my family. So they want nothing to do with me. Which sucks because I need support from my mom.
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You're welcome! I forgot to mention that my daughter saw a urologist because of her chronic UTI's...the doctor told her that it is known that UTI's can cause mood issues, many patients report such a thing, but it isn't exactly clear why.
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