Infections of the urinary tract increase fivefold.

Published on December 5, 2021 by

The National Institute of Health states that 50–60 percent of women will have at least one UTI in their lifetime.

Bengaluru: Doctors in the city notice an increase in the number of patients suffering from Urinary tract infections. Dr. Kashika Aggarwal, the Gynecologist, said many infections occur due to a lack of basic information and unhygienic surroundings. He also said that one in every three will have an asymptomatic UTI that requires antibiotic therapy. Dr. Meera Jindal, a Urologist, said drinking liquids focusing on female and menstrual hygiene can prevent these issues.

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