2. Bladder Problems
Adults and children who are suffering from an adenovirus infection may develop bladder problems. In some cases this may be the inability to pass urine, in addition, some people may have some pain when they urinate. If a person develops a urinary tract infection, but they have no other cause, it may be a result of adenovirus.
In most people, adenovirus will cause the bladder to become inflamed which can be painful depending on the severity of the infection. Sometimes, adenovirus will disrupt the function of the urethra. This is the tube responsible for transporting urine away from the bladder.
The urethra is how people are able to urinate. Adenovirus can cause this tube to become irritated or swollen which may cause pain, or even prevent urination. The majority of UTI infections will resolve over the course of a few days or when adenovirus has run its course.