Life-Saving πŸ™ UTI 😣 Treatment and Prevention ♻️ That You Should Know about πŸ—― ...

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If you've ever had a urinary tract infection, you know how unpleasant it can be.

There's pain and discomfort and treating the problem can be pretty bad too.

If you've never had a urinary tract infection, count yourself lucky.

But don't think it will never happen to you.

Know the symptoms and what to do about it and you can prevent one from ever derailing your fabulous life.

Here's everything you need to know about UTIs.

1. Symptoms

If you've had a UTI, you are probably well acquainted with the symptoms as soon as they start.

If not, you might not know what's going on.

You'll feel an urgent need to pee, burning when you do go, cloudy urine, blood in your urine and pelvic pain.

You could experience all of them or just a couple and the severity will range from mild to severe.

Knowing what symptoms indicate a UTI means you can get treatment right away.

2. Sex Isn't the Only Cause

For some women, a UTI rears its ugly head after sex.

However, that's not the only cause to consider.

In fact, sex itself isn't a cause at all, but the motions you use during intercourse can push the UTI causing bacteria upwards where it can flare and cause symptoms.2

If you hold your pee too long, you can also wind up with a urinary tract infection.

Some women have functional abnormalities that can cause the problem too.

Your doctor can help you figure out what's behind your UTI.

3. Some Women Are More Prone than Others

While doctors aren't sure why this is the case, some women simply get UTIs more often than others.

Case in point - I've never had one, but a friend of mine gets them all the time.

The best thing to do is keep your doctor aware of the problem so you can develop the best treatment plan for you.

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