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-- Donna last last week we promised to talk about the urinary tract infections -- women you know get that get those repeatedly you know what are they and and what costs.
You know we talked about urinary tract infections and man I have to tell you that the incidents.
Of urinary tract infections in women is something like fifty times greater than in men.
And I think that has to do.
With a female anatomy in the area the real threat -- which -- urine exits the body is in closer contact.
To the vagina and other structures and and that.
The bowel so that women are vulnerable.
All kinds of infections from sexual intercourse.
Sperm -- sides to.
It -- other.
-- -- They got yeah let's -- -- -- well -- again you have the -- diet being anyway sent Greg White any point why the point is if you have.
Anything anything that you.
And -- -- that area.
If you're diabetic if you're pregnant the if -- -- a lot of antibiotics for whatever reason your body may become.
It tolerant of these -- about it.
And you there are -- are vulnerable to your tract infections.
Now here's what you should do.
If you have recurrent urinary tract infections and you know you have them when you get burning.
When you get.
When you get.
Cramps when you have to urinate.
When you have frequency.
You can tell when there's blood in the -- -- -- the -- you should see your doctor right away.
He or she will give you an antibiotic.
Either three days or seven days depending on the organism.
When you get your urine tested looking at it under the microscope is not enough.
It should be culture that is it should be sent to a laboratory.
Where is tested to see what.
There is and then the doctor can prescribe the appropriate antibiotic -- make sure you take it for a lot.
For long enough we got lots and -- -- here -- -- so many good topic might eight want to make I just want to make one statement yes that if you have recurrent urinary tract infections.
Drink a lot of unsweetened.
-- -- Jews.
Okay thank you doctor just ahead --
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