Hormones Can Play Shield Too
Female sex hormones have a number of jobs to do. While they can regulate mood and sexual function, they might also help protect women from infection.
That Might Not Be a UTI
Ladies, take a second before starting any treatments at the hospital for pressure in the belly or pain when using the bathroom. That urine test might need to be done again.
Surgery Doesn’t End All Pelvic Problems
Women who may have a urinary tract infection ( UTI ) on the day of surgery for their pelvic floor disorder are likely to have another UTI in the first six weeks after the procedure, a new study has found.