A urinary tract infection is an infection affecting any of the urinary parts such as Kidneys, Ureters, Urinary Bladder, the Kidneys. Bacteria, fungi and viruses can cause this irritating infection. Women have a higher chance of developing UTIs. It can be because of a bacteria reaching to your urine and travelling through your urethra to your urinary bladder, to your ureters and reaching and affecting other organs.
So wondering what you can do to prevent UTI at home? Here are some tips you can do at home to prevent UTI!
Tips and Treatments for UTI:
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It might be a disappointment that brought you here. You might have found out that you have PCOS, or you have known so, since years. You are thinking that it will be hard for you to get pregnant. You might be unhopeful about your condition, you might think that there is nothing you can do.
Here’s what I tell you, to feel that way, it’s perfectly normal, especially when there are thousands of articles and sources on the web that convince you that, “there is no cure for PCOS”. And of course, there would be no cure if all one…
UTIs are mainly caused mainly when bacteria set up home in the bladder.
A person with a UTI experiences pain and burning sensation while urinating, constant pressure in the Urinary tract and bladder, back pain, frequent urge to urinate, involuntary dripping of urine when not using the restroom, cloudy and foul smelling urine, fever, nausea and chills.
Having a thyroid disorder is taxing on the body. When one has hypothyroidism, the thyroid gland does not make enough thyroid hormones.
These thyroid hormones are necessary for other organs in the body to function well and stay healthy. People with hypothyroidism experience weight gain, constipation, fatigue, feel sluggish all the time, some feel depressed, experience mood swings, etc. as consequence. There are times when medications alone are not enough to manage the associated symptoms.
One needs to plan and consume a diet which is thyroid gland friendly and nourishes the body. Below are some ideas on a healthy diet…
What is menopause?
Menopause is a natural phase in every woman’s life when her menstrual cycles come to an end. It is generally confirmed when you do not get your periods for 12 months. However it depends on person to person, the transition and menopause symptoms can sometimes last for several years.
Menopause is linked with many undesirable symptoms and increased risk of certain diseases. Your diet and lifestyle can help you deal with those symptoms.
What are the menopause symptoms?
During the menopause transition, the estrogen and progesterone levels in your body start to decline. This negatively impacts your…
Are you aware of the different types of cancers that affect women? No?
Okay then, let’s talk about the most common cancers in women- their symptoms, treatment and most importantly their prevention.
Cancers that most often affect women are breast, colorectal, endometrial, lung, cervical, skin, and ovarian cancers. Knowing about these cancers and what you can do to prevent them or find them before it spreads may help save your life.
Pain due to menstrual cramps/period cramps has been around since women have existed on earth. Every girl who has attained menarche and every pre-menopausal woman with a functioning uterus has experienced this at some point in her life.
The cultural taboos/ stigma around the topic of periods alone has made many women suffer in silence over years. Women have always been told that they should be hush about it. That they should wear a strong facade and bear the pain.
Do you know that 2/3rd of women globally suffer from period pain?
They think that it is a price they…
There always seems to be new diet plans, weight loss programs or slim belts claiming rapid weight loss in just a few days. These methods are enticing as they seem really simple. However, understanding the actual process of losing weight is important to begin with the actual weight loss process as it will help you design a regimen that works best for you!
When we think about weight loss, the assumption is that we’ll be losing fat, but it is much more complicated than that since not all weight loss is necessarily fat loss. In an ideal world, the body…
People say that women are strong, which is undeniably true! However, it isn’t easy to deal with the urban lifestyle, managing hectic work and personal life. The daily stress that a woman deals with, somewhere or the other ends up affecting both her physical and emotional wellbeing.
Hence, it is important to start making healthy behaviours a habit while you’re still young, and you’re more likely to hold onto them for the rest of your life. …
Unfortunately, PCOS is not well understood by some doctors and this misinformation can impact the diagnosis and treatment. But if you have PCOS, it is important for you to know as much as you can about the syndrome. So, here are 10 myths about PCOS that every woman should know to live better with the condition.
1. It’s Impossible to Lose Weight with PCOS
One of the biggest myths about PCOS is that women with this syndrome can never lose weight. Many women with PCOS say that even if they exercise more and eat less, the weight still sticks on…