Q&A: Is it OK to use coconut oil as vaginal lube or to keep your vulva's skin soft and smelling pleasant?
Although studies on the use of coconut oil in the vaginal area are lacking, most physicians do feel that coconut oil is generally safe to use as a vaginal moisturizer, natural lubricant, and soothing agent
From bladder problems to catheters, here’s everything you need to know about spinal cord injuries and UTIs - including how to prevent them.
After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Alaina’s health was still relatively stable. That is until chronic UTIs and MS bladder issues kept her bedridden for over six months.
Tired of stressed-out sleepless nights? Follow these tips to stay relaxed, improve your sleep, and steer clear of health issues like UTIs.
Ready to break the antibiotics cycle? Here’s how probiotics can improve your gut health and prevent urinary tract infections. Plus, the best probiotic for UTI treatment.
12% of all men will have at least one UTI in their lifetime. From causes to treatment and long-term prevention, here’s everything you need to know about UTIs in men.
Is it a UTI or pelvic floor dysfunction? From symptoms to causes to treatment, we’re breaking down PFD and how pelvic physical therapy can help prevent UTIs.
About 60% of all women will experience a UTI in their life. With those odds, it’s essential to know where UTIs in women come from and how you can stop them.
Tired of battling with menopausal UTIs? From hormonal throws to bladder woes, here is everything you need to know about how to prevent UTIs during menopause.
Antibiotics are a quick fix for UTIs, but they can cause serious problems long-term. Here’s everything you need to know about UTI prevention without prescriptions.
Sex is one of the most common causes of urinary tract infections, especially for women. Tired of constantly getting UTIs from sex? Here are our top tips and tricks for a UTI-free sex life, backed by doctors.
It’s that time of the month again. Aunt Flo has come to town and along with her another unfortunate visitor, a UTI. Why is it that these two unwelcome guests tend to arrive at the same time?
Have you ever wondered what's the difference between Utiva and regular cranberry pills? Each Utiva capsule has 36mg of proanthocyanidins (PACs), the bioactive component from cranberries that prevents bacteria from adhering to the bladder wall. To get this dosage from regular cranberry pills you need to take at least 9 capsules.
If you've had a UTI, then you've definitely been given the standard treatment: antibiotics. While these are definitely a life-saver, antibiotics come with their own drawbacks, too.