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Do Baby Baths Cause Uti
Do bubble baths and bath bombs cause UTIs or yeast infections in women? I love bubble baths, but heard this and was worried it was true...
No : The vulva is a sensitive region. Some women find contact with certain chemicals irritating. This may include scented soaps or bubble baths. For other women this causes no problems at all. It will not cause infection. If based on your past history you enjoy bubble baths then you are welcome to continue ...Read more
A urinary tract infection, also known as an UTI, may involve the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. A common cause is an intestinal bacteria, E. coli. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate, and pain or burning when urinating. Antibiotics are typically ...Read more
I m unmarried&having chronic prostatitis. How often do i've to take warm sitz bath? As i read warm sitz bath are harmful for testis & sperm production
No harm: A baby inside a pregnant woman stays at normal temperature regardless of the shower or bath temperature (unless the woman intentionally uses abnormally hot water). However, if the woman stayed in a hot-tub or a sauna too long and raised her internal temperature above normal, there would be temporary stress on the baby until the mother's internal temperature dropped back down to normal. ...Read more
Not a commmon thing: Hot-tub can cause skin infections/folliculitis; certainly can cause infection on/around the vagina areas causing symptoms of vaginitis etc...Often, pseudomonas are the offending bugs, and they can be cause of uti, but e. Coli makes up the bulk of cause >70%. If you are having symptoms of UTI or vaginitis, your doc can help sort it out and provide rx accordingly. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can small, non smelly, clean 'farts' cause UTI if they disperse to vaginal area while seated? Is there harmful bacteria in gas? Had Klebsiella UTI.
No. No.: There are normally stool bacteria in every living person's butt crack, and the nearby skin, from front to back. There are also stool bacteria in every "fart" regardless of what it smells like. These stool bacteria are normally there (they are supposed to be there), and merely being there does not cause UTI's or other infections. Infections are due to other reasons plus bad luck. ...Read more
Have anal fissure. Dr said to not wash with soap. Also said don't use wet wipes after pooping. Will feces going over fissure cause infection? Nervous!
Unlikely: Just keep the area as clean as possible, the body has immune factors that will make it unlikely to get an infection in that area. ...Read more
Epsom=Jetsam: Quote: " As an ideal means of relieving stress at the end of a hard day, two cups of Epsom salts in a tub of hot water can help to soothe jangled nerves and restore a sense of well being."-- I suspect the Epsom Salts will be doing the same for the yeast. In other words, when you get out of your relaxing bath, use a medication recommended by your doctor or pharmacist. ...Read more
I am prone to kidney stones, infections and bladder infections. To prevent these things how much pure cranberry juice should I drink a day?
Cranberry juice: Cranberry juice and tablets have been recommended for uti's. It may or may not help. It is not recommended for kidney stones. For those two conditions the important thing is to maintain hydration, increase your water intake to keep your urine clear color. How much you drink depends on your size and metabolism. Empty your bladder frequently specially after intercourse, avoid vaginal infections. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it safe to drink ballerina tea at 34 weeks preg? Contains senna and can cause extra bowel movements. Will it harm baby or cause labor?
Can you use betadine scrub to clean after urinating or having a bowel movement to prevent bacteria that causes utis?
Nothing: Hot tub is not likely to affect kidney stones either positively or negatively. ...Read more
Healthy diet, drink plenty fluids, hems removed, think they came back. What can cause this if no straining during bm?Can meds cause it?
No, they: Just took out the large ones, remaing blood vessels have now dilated. ...Read more
A urinary tract infection (often called UTI) is most commonly caused by bacteria and usually refers to an infection in the bladder. Not all bacteria that grows from the urine represents an infection, so the need for antibiotics is determined by your ...Read more
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