Recurring UTI’s? Here’s What to Do

Anyone who has had a UTI can understand how debilitating it can be. The first sign of a UTI can derail your entire day and cause painful symptoms until you are able to see the doctor. Does it seem like you get them more frequently than seems normal? Are you concerned with how often you get UTIs? If so, you may be dealing with recurring UTIs, and there are little changes you can make that can go a long way. Keep reading to learn more about tips for preventing a UTI, including taking part in a UTI Vaccine Clinical Study in Dallas.

Change Up Your Bathroom Routine

UTIs, which happen when bacteria get into any part of the urinary tract, such as the kidneys, bladder, or urethra, cause more than 8 million visits to the doctor annually. According to the American Urological Association, about 60% of women and 12% of men will have at least one UTI during their lifetime.

The first line of defense with UTIs is to practice good bathroom health. This includes:

  • Urinate regularly; don’t hold your urine for too long. This can trigger a UTI, so make sure you urinate frequently.
  • Make sure you are wiping from front to back and being extra careful.
  • Avoid scented products
  • Practice good hygiene by taking daily showers and changing your underwear frequently
  • Avoid pants or underpants that are too tight on you

Prioritize a Sexual Health Routine

If you are sexually active and tend to get frequent UTIs, it is important to implement a healthy routine before and after sex. Frequent sexual intercourse increases the likelihood of bacteria entering the urethra. This makes it very important to make sure that you and your sexual partner are on the same page as far as hygiene and what to do before and after having sex.

Some tips include:

  • Urinate immediately after sex
  • Take cranberry supplements
  • Avoid spermicides
  • Make sure your partner practices good hygiene

UTI Vaccine Clinical Study in Dallas

If it seems that, no matter what you try, you are still dealing with frequent and recurring UTIs? Sometimes, no matter what you implement, it can just come right down to genetics or other underlying health factors. Another way you can help to prevent a UTI is by trying a brand new investigational UTI vaccine through Dallas Clinical TrialsUTI Vaccine Clinical Study.

We have a simple 3-step enrollment process, which includes filling out our very short interest form, getting pre-qualified over the phone, and then meeting us in person. If you meet the guidelines of the study, you will be asked to participate.

Participants in this study will receive a free investigational vaccine for UTIs and be compensated for their time and travel in the study. The study is FDA-governed, fully confidential, and requires no proof of medical insurance.

For more information or to sign up for this study, visit us at!

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