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Bladder infection, also known as urinary tract infections, is a bacterial infection that can affect any part of the urinary tract. The urinary tract consists of more than one part - it includes the kidneys, ureters, urethra and bladder. The kidneys are responsible for removal of the body of excess waste - they remove waste from the blood and turn it into urine, which is then passed through the body naturally. It's the job of narrow tubes known as ureters to carry that urine from the kidneys and into the bladder. Once in the bladder, the urine is stored until it is emptied. Most of the time, urine is sterile - it does not contain any kinds of viruses, fungi or bacteria; it contains instead salts, fluids and other waste products. However, on occasion bacteria from the digestive tract cling to the opening in the urethra, the part of the urinary tract that actually carries urine from the bladder out of the body. When it does this, the bacteria begin to multiply, which causes an infection.