Women's Health

UTI

f you’ve never suffered the misery that is a urinary tract infection, consider yourself lucky. About half of all women will have at least one in their lifetime. And when the temp goes up, so does your risk of having a very uncomfortable situation: UTIs spike in warm weather due to a combination of factors, including not drinking enough water and having more sex, say researchers at the University of Iowa. Regardless of how you get one, the symptoms are no joke (um, lava pee plus the constant

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