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An overgrowth of nerve cells appears to cause lingering symptoms after recurrent UTIs

Written by | 6 Mar 2024

A perplexing problem for people with recurring urinary tract infections (UTIs) is persistent pain, even after antibiotics have successfully cleared the bacteria. Now Duke Health researchers have identified… read more.

Vaginal suppository containing lactobacilli can prevent recurrent cystitis in women

Written by | 15 Jul 2023

Recurrent cystitis (RC) is a frequent infection of the urinary tract and bladder, which is highly prevalent among postmenopausal women. Under healthy circumstances, the human vagina is home… read more.

New drug candidate fights off more than 300 drug-resistant bacteria

Written by | 17 Aug 2022

Urinary tract infections are common, yet are increasingly tough to treat because the bacteria that cause them are becoming resistant to many antibiotics. Now, in ACS Central Science, researchers… read more.

What you need to know about urinary tract infections

Written by | 19 Nov 2021

New study finds women who experience recurrent UTIs are unhappy with limited management options for the painful condition. Despite the prevalence of the painful condition, women are fearful and… read more.

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