Dr Hassaan ul Hassan Tahir Ghazi, Dr Taufeeq Ahmed Khan, Dr Muhammad Waqas Afzal
Aim: To determine the frequency of urinary tract infections and common factors of urinary tract infection among symptomatic pregnant women and to determine the frequency of urinary tract infections among pregnant women. Place and Duration: For six months from October 2019 to March 2020, Department of Urology and Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology SKBZ/CMH Muzaffarabad AJK. Methods: The study included 230 patients evaluated for urinary tract infection and related causative agents. Results: Most patients were between 20 and 25 years old, i.e. 40.87% (n = 94), mean ± sd 27.21 ± 3.65 years, 19.13% (n = 44), 0, 23 , 04% (n = 53) 1 -2% between 26.53% (n = 61) 3-4% and 31.30% (n = 72) E z> 4, 89.13% (n = 205) . Cola with 4.78% (n = 11) staph and 2.17% (n = 5) methicillin resistant staph, 44.35% (n = 102) with stress urinary incontinence, 66.96% (n = 154) urgent 38.70% (n = 89) and 32.17% (n = 74) with dysuria. Conclusion: The outcomes of the study direct that the frequency of urinary tract infections and common causative factors as well as various symptoms of UTI in symptomatic pregnant women is high. Key words: pregnant women, urinary tract infection, presentation & factors of urinary tract infection.