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Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are the second most common reason people visit their doctors each year. Men get UTIs, but they are much more common in women. According to a report more than eight million women see their doctor for urinary-tract-infection every year. About 20 per cent of women who have it will experience it again.


DOS:

  • Do go to the toilet
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    If you have to go to the toilet do not procrastinate. You are in danger to get infection especially if you always hold your pee all the time.

  • Do use cotton underwear
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                                       Cotton makes you fresher and comfortable

  • Do use warm water
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                     put warm water in your pelvic area to help alleviate the pain

  • Do clean yourself
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                                        Before and after you make love clean yourself
                                                   Use a condom if you have one

  • Do wipe from front to back
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                                 Each time you go pee wipe from front to back to
                               avoid bacteria from getting close to the urethra

  • Other Dos read simple-ways-to-stop-uti.

    DON'TS:

  • Do not drink alcohol
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                                           Alcohol is an irritant to your bladder

  • Do Not drink caffeinated drinks
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                                         i.e. coffee, soda pop and tea. Caffeine can irritate
                                                           the bladder

  • Do not douche
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                                              It might compound your problem



Women are prone to have UTI because of the short distance from the urethra to the anus and the urethral opening to the bladder. About 40% of women and 12% of men have a urinary_tract_infection at some time in their life.
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