If your child has any of the following features:
Go to the nearest Hospital Emergency (A&E) Department or phone 999
Please ring your GP surgery or contact NHS 111 - dial 111 or for children aged 5 years and above visit 111.nhs.uk
Continue providing your child’s care at home. If you are still concerned about your child, contact NHS 111 – dial 111 or for children aged 5 years and above visit 111.nhs.uk
It can be difficult to tell when a child has a UTI, especially if they are very young. The symptoms can vary depending on your child's age and the severity of the infection. Features suggesting a bladder infection include:
If the following features are also present, your child might have a kidney infection:
Eric The Children's Bowel and Bladder Charity: www.eric.org.uk
This guidance is written by healthcare professionals from across Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight.