UTI Tip #1: Let’s Clear Up “UTIs”
The medical literature shows that there’s a lot of confusion regarding urinary tract infections or UTIs. Most people think that a UTI is a bladder infection, but that’s not exactly right. This is the first [...]
UTI Tip #2: How A Simple UTI Can Become A Dangerous Kidney Infection
It’s important for everyone to know that, if left untreated, a simple bladder infection can travel to the kidneys and cause a life-threatening situation. Last year over 100,000 hospitalizations and 23,000 deaths were caused by [...]
UTI Tip #3: Antibiotics Are No Longer A Reliable Treatment for UTIs
UTI Bacteria Have Learned How To Evade Antibiotics Many men and women are saying that after they have taken the required course of antibiotics, they are seeing the symptoms of another infection occurring within a [...]
UTI Tip #4: Now You Can Test For A UTI At Home
In this new era of COVID-19, if you suspect that you have a urinary tract infection (UTI) it’s not exactly easy to diagnose the problem via a video telemedicine visit with your gynecologist or urologist. [...]
UTI Tip #5: Getting The Right Antibiotic For Your UTI
The most common misconception is that there’s one type of bladder infection -the one caused by the infamous E-Coli bacteria. That’s not exactly correct. It’s true that about 80% of bladder infections are caused by [...]
UTI Tip #6: Chronic UTIs: A Condition that Continues To Elude Doctors
Chronic Urinary Tract Infections You’re in agony most of the time and you know it’s a urinary tract infection (UTI), but why won’t it go away? A UTI is defined as being “chronic” if the [...]
UTI Tip #7: It Feels Like A Chronic UTI But Could It Be Something Else?
Explaining the symptoms of Urinary Tract Infections to the Doctor All you know is that you’re suffering and you’ve been told that it’s not a urinary tract infection (UTI). Are you supposed to live like [...]
UTI Tip #8: UTIs in Older Men Have Been Overlooked for Too Long!
Most urinary tract infections in men (80%) are caused by the bacterium Escherichia coli (E. coli), which is naturally present in your body. The bacterium gets into the urinary tract through the urethra. BPH: a [...]