Bladder Infections, Sexuality & You
Note: This item is currently out of stock and being revised. We hope to have it available by mid-summer 2013.
Is your bladder driving you wild, rather than your sex life? Bladder infections (UTIs) are the most common site of infection in women, and sexual vaginal penetration is the number one cause of UTIs. Dr. Myrtle has written Bladder Infections to answer your questions about why UTIs occur, why you might be at risk, and what you can do to reduce your risk for a next infection.
Unlike most other sources of information on the topic, Bladder Infections will give you alternatives to antibiotics, including dietary changes, changes in lubricants, and changes in sexual positions which may increase your pleasure, and reduce urethral irritation. Women transitioning through menopause will be especially interested in the information about their unique risks and solutions.
The information in the booklet is based on scientific research which is clearly referenced in the back of the booklet, and becomes a handy reference for you to discuss with your health care provider. Bladder Infections, Sexuality & You also lists other potential causes of urethral irritation that are not UTIs, which can help you towards a clearer understanding of your symptoms and therapy. Highly recommended for consumers and health care providers.
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