In today’s video, we’ll be talking about 11 sneaky causes of urinary tract infections. How does holding your pee increase your chances? What about cycling? Can that really give you a UTI? What’s the right way to wipe? We’ll be talking about all of these AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
1. Holding your pee – 00:35
2. Cycling regularly – 01:26
3. Drugs – 02:06
4. Wiping the wrong way – 02:49
5. Diabetes – 03:31
6. Physical Intimacy – 04:21
7. Birth control and condoms – 05:10
8. Pregnancy – 05:56
9. Menopause – 06:46
10. Tight fitting undergarments – 07:11
1. Holding your pee
Are you always holding your pee in? I’ll be the first to admit that I do it way too often. Even in times where a bathroom’s within reach. It makes sense not to want to go while travelling. But other than that, you should go when you can. Holding it in is one of the main causes of a urinary tract infection.
2. Cycling regularly
Do you love cycling? It sure is great exercise. It burns calories and keeps you fit. But you’ll be surprised to learn this wonderful cardio exercise can give you an infection.
Just as holding your pee in your bladder increases the chances of bacteria, there are some medicines which could be causing the same effect.
4. Wiping the wrong way
Believe it or not, even wiping the wrong way after you pee, or having a bowel movement could cause a urinary tract infection. The right way to do it is from front to back, as the other way could transfer bacteria from your anus to your urethra. This means the bacteria can enter your bladder and cause UTI.
Diabetes is one of the major causes of a urinary tract infection. Those suffering with either type 1 or type 2 have a greater chance of UTI than those that don’t.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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