urinary tract infection,



A tract infection could be a bacterial infection of the bladder (cystitis), the kidneys (pyelonephritis), or both. Normal urine contains no bacteria (germs).

Sometimes, however, bacteria from outside the body gets into the tract and cause infection and inflammation.

This is a tract infection (UTI), which may involve the channel (a condition referred to as urethritis), kidneys (a condition referred to as pyelonephritis), or bladder (a condition referred to as cystitis). Cystitis is that the most common style of tract infection.




  • High Fever,
  • Abdominal fullness,
  • Foul (Bed) smelling urine,
  • low  growth, Weight loss or not  gain weight,
  • Irritability, Vomiting,
  • Poor feeding,
  • Urgency to urinate (having "to go"),
  • Wetting during day and/or night,
  • Frequent urination, Painful or difficult urination,
  • Blood in the urine,
  • Foul smelling urine,
  • Chills,




Whooping cough,



Whooping cough (pertussis) may be a highly contagious tract infection.

In more Children it's marked by a severe hacking cough  sounds like "whoop." Before the vaccine was developed, whooping cough was considered a childhood disease.

Now whooping cough primarily affects youngsters too young to possess completed the total course of vaccinations and teenagers and adults whose immunity has light. Deaths related to whooping cough area unit rare however most typically occur in infants.

That’s why it is so necessary for pregnant girls — and people who can have shut contact with an kid — to be immunized against respiratory disease.




Runny nose,

 Nasal congestion,

 Red, watery eyes,

 Fever, Cough,

 Provoke puking,

 end in a red or blue face, Cause extreme fatigue, finish with a high-pitched "whoop" sound during consequent

breath of air,