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.

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Would a brand new hot tub only used by me- still potentially cause infections such as uti or yeast infection in a woman?

Yes. it is the soap and salts that cause it not the bathtub. Also the length of time you spend in it. Long soaks can kill goid bacteria in your vagina therefore causing yeast infections. . Read more...
Here are some ... Your such degree and manner of concern on contracting UTI & yeast infection is over board & excessive. For average healthy persons, they can win the invisible war with coexisting bacteria, yeast, virus, etc. in respiratory, GI-, & genital tracts with personal natural barriers - skin & mucosa, and humoral immune defense ability. So, I would not worry about it. More? See & ask Doc timely. Read more...