Can You Have Sex With A UTI?

Sex gets a bad rap when it comes to urinary tract infections. While intercourse can be a contributing factor, it isn’t the cause for urinary tract infections (UTIs) in every ...

Understanding UTI Complications

Suffering from a urinary tract infection is a common occurrence, especially for women. Consider this: Urinary tract infections or UTIs are among the most common bacterial infections in humans, affecting ...

How Long Does A UTI Last

A urinary tract infection can be annoying, bothersome and often painful for several days. It may seem to last an eternity, with a constant feeling that you have to pee ...

Why Do I Keep Getting UTIs?

If you continue to be plagued by urinary tract infections, you’re likely wondering why do I keep getting UTIs? These annoying infections are common enough that nearly one in every ...

How to Prevent UTIs

If you are suffering from a burning sensation while urinating, you could have a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). That’s one of the common symptoms of this annoying condition, which can ...

Can A Yeast Infection Cause A UTI?

If you’ve ever had a urinary tract infection (UTI), and you’ve also suffered from a yeast infection, you might be wondering if the two are connected. You may also be ...

Does Cranberry Juice Help UTI's?

Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) can be both physically and mentally distressing – being trapped in your bathroom or experiencing physical pain and discomfort can keep you from doing the things ...

The Connection Between Diet and UTIs

Ugh. Is there anything worse than urinary tract infections (UTIs)? Especially if you’re prone to recurrent UTIs, then we’re willing to bet there’s just about anything you’d do to prevent ...

Recurrent UTIs & More: UTI FAQs

50% of all women will get at least one urinary tract infection (UTI) in their lifetime.1 Since UTIs are such a common infection, doctors receive many questions about what they ...

What You Should Know About UTIs

As women, there are three infections that are more common for us than men: urinary tract Infections (UTIs), yeast Infections and human papillomavirus (HPV). Today, let’s talk about urinary tract ...

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