Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), affecting some 50% of females sometimes in life, is seemingly a ‘schizophrenic’ medical issue. Based on – and saved by – bacteria. Read on to learn about the difference.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
Urinary tract infection (UTI) is not a death sentence. However, it is a very common issue of medical inconvenience in terms of bacterial infection. Prevalent in half of the female population at least once in life.
Based on research at, inter alia,
- University College London in London, UK
- University of Queensland in Herston, Australia
With symptoms like, inter alia,
Caused by the bacteria Escherichia coli, with the consequence of cystitis as an inflammation.
To happen potentially as the result (side effect) of
The latter seeming ‘schizophrenic’, as antibiotics are the conventional medical way to treat this phenomenon. Yes, somehow a vicious cycle.
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