5 bathroom practices for women to avoid urinary tract infections (UTIs)

5 bathroom practices for women to avoid urinary tract infections (UTIs)
5 bathroom practices for women to avoid urinary tract infections (UTIs)

According to research, women are much more likely than men to get these diseases.

Frequent and urgent urination, pelvic pain, a burning feeling when urinating, and occasionally even blood in the urine are symptoms of these infections.

When dangerous bacteria enter your bladder through your urethra, infections develop.

Your kidneys may also become infected, which will result in fever, vomiting, and back pain. If you encounter any of these symptoms, please contact your doctor right once.

Even while you can’t completely prevent acquiring a UTI, you can lessen your risk by adopting the following bathroom routines:

 

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