Urine infections are not uncommon, especially in women but why so? Why are men blessed in this regard? Women keep talking of getting recurrent UTIs but are they really recurrent or are they just badly diagnosed, wrongly treated and poorly understood? Who are the women who actually have recurrent infections? How to prevent getting them? What is Honeymoon cystitis? What is the correct way to give a urine sample for testing? What should one do when they get an attack of urine infection and lastly busting some myths like does using public toilets really increase the chances of getting a UTI. Listen to the podcast for all the answers.
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