Trigger for Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary tract infections occur when bacteria present in the bowel move into the urinary tract. These infections record an incidence of more than 8.1 million every year with a prevalence of 10 among 25 women and 3 among 25 men. After initial UTI, Ecoli are present in reservoirs in the bladder and are triggered by Gardnerella vaginalis , leading to recurrence of UTI.

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