They say that one in two of us will develop one in a lifetime. Recognising when you have UTI symptoms is important so you can get help early to fight off and beat them well and good. Here’s what to look for. Sex and UTIs Having sex can increase the chance of bacteria being moved around our genital area.
Sex and UTIs – it’s a little hot down there
A little more common than you may think, probably because it’s something we feel we still can’t talk about freely, is the experience of Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs). May be even more taboo is the experience of this visitor…. after sex! With an estimated prevalence of over 150 million UTIs each year, young women come up trumps in those figures.
Sex, Secrets and the Pelvic Floor
Have you ever had pain during or after sex? Do you accidently fart and feel like you can’t control it or hold it in? Do you leak when you cough, laugh or exercise and not told anyone thinking it will go away? If you can answer yes to any of these questions, there are signs of possible Pelvic Floor problems or dysfunctions that you might need help with!
5 things celebrities don’t say about vaginas
Some celebrities have a lot to say about vaginas lately. We’re here to tell you your lady bits have an amazing in-built system of taking care of themselves! Your vagina is clean and beautiful. Vaginas know how to take care of themselves. It’s an all in vagina symphony cheer right there!
Finding it difficult to go? Constipation facts
Going to the toilet for a number two is different for everyone, but are you finding it difficult to go? What’s not normal is no pooing for more than three days or having poo that is too big or too hard to comfortably push out. It means you might be constipated. Take a look at what you can change and improve to make things more comfortable…..
I laughed my socks off and it wasn’t funny!
Why does my pee make my legs twist up like that and why is it sooo hard to hold on? Here’s a word from our resident Physio on what this actually is.