Are you feeling itchy down there? Do you find yourself visiting the toilet way too often than what’s normal for you? Are you experiencing discomfort or pain when passing urine? These could be signs of toilet infection, also known as urinary tract infection (UTI). But relax, it’s not the end of the world! Let’s dive into what UTIs are and how to prevent them.
What is a Urinary Tract Infection?
A UTI refers to an infection that affects any part of your urinary system – kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. It occurs when harmful bacteria such as E.coli find their way inside through barriers like our skin and vaginal area. Now these bacteria aren’t always bad guys – some do help keep us healthy but when they act up that’s where things get interesting…
Typically, when we pee, most germs escape hence preventing infections. But once these pesky bacteria manage to cling onto the inner surface of our reproductive tracts from poor sanitation or food habits,a.k.a wiping off back-to-front, then trouble brews right under our noses…or down there!
How Does it Affect You
The type and severity of symptoms one experiences vary depending on which part of your urinary system is affected.
- Back Pain
- Frequent urination
- Burning sensation while peeing
- Smelly urine
- Blood in urine
Now let’s go ahead with identifying reasons responsible for those unpleasant sensations affecting below-the-belt life:
Poor Hygiene Habits
Lackadaisical attitude towards cleanliness plays foul lead creating potentially painful situations in future …
To maintain good hygiene habits try these recommendations:
- Cleanse Your Private Area Regularly With Antibacterial Wash
- Be mindful during intimacy especially at ending stages
- Say No To Heavy Perfumes Or Sprays
Holding Urine for Long Hours
Putting off peeing until the last minute can have serious consequences.
The longer we hold our pee the more bacteria that builds up; and when nature finally calls, hello UTI!
Consistently visit wash rooms after two-quart breaks
Lack of Randomness in Bouquet Selection During Periods
In spite of evolving times many people still use nylon cloth or tissue to clean themselves during menstruation- which invites bacterial growth primarily due to unclean surroundings.
Decent quality sanitary pads and tampons should be used recommended from reputable brands. Also changing these at regular intervals solves most problems.
Preventing Toilet Infection
“Prevention is better than cure”. So here are a few ways you could ensure you don’t get bombarded by itchy feeling down there (or worse)…
- Drink plenty of water daily
- Cleanse yourself as soon as possible post intimacy.
- Go commando at night from time-to-time
- Sanitary napkins with wings enhances breathability
- Pose enough bedtime hygiene rituals – like cleansing hands, feet etc
In conclusion, toilet infectionis one experience no one wishes for but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to prevent them or acquire aid if found infected.But preventing \& taking action towards maintaining personal hygiene certainly helps. Because who wants pain while peeing? Not me & neither do you!
Stay healthy folks!
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