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    Smile Urinary Infections?

    Why is it that women complain about these and yet men rarely get them

    Do lesbians spread them? or what?

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    Your username is very apt!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gobshite View Post
    Why is it that women complain about these and yet men rarely get them

    Do lesbians spread them? or what?
    Seriously, you think thats how they are "spread" ?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by emilyuk View Post
    Seriously, you think thats how they are "spread" ?????
    Is it by owo?



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    Urinary tract infection is simply : naturally occurring bacteria making their way into the urinary tract , causing infection

    and inflammation.

    During sexual intercourse it is quite natural for a woman's natural flora from the vagina to be rubbed against the

    urethral opening , and unless the girl is wise to this and goes to pee immediately following intercourse , these bacteria

    can make their way up the urethra (in some cases all the way to the bladder).

    It's a completely natural mechanism , and most girls would be wise to it.

    The reason that girls are prone to it and boys are not , is because in a female the urethra is much shorter than in a male.

    Think anatomy : from end of penis to bladder (I think) about 10" , in girls .. I don't remember ...a couple of inches ?

    Bug needs to travel much shorter distance in girls , to cause infection.

    It's not a 'disease' that is 'spread' , it is one's own bugs being in the wrong place .

    Hope this helps.

    Girls : go to pee ASAP after having sex ! You can avoid so much discomfort !

    If you have UTI , do go and see a doc : left untreated it can cause bladder infection which can make its way to the kidneys ,

    and eventually can cause septicemia , leading to septic shock and death. (Documented cases).

    Take care of yourself xxx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gobshite View Post
    Why is it that women complain about these and yet men rarely get them

    Do lesbians spread them? or what?
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    It's a pain in the pisser.

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    the tube leading to the exit is much shorter in women than men so easier for the germs to get there,,, thats it simplified lol
    This very topic was discussed on embarrising bodies the other night and that was the explination they gave. so now you know
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    Im sure this is a pisstake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    Urinary tract infection is simply : naturally occurring bacteria making their way into the urinary tract , causing infection

    and inflammation.

    During sexual intercourse it is quite natural for a woman's natural flora from the vagina to be rubbed against the

    urethral opening , and unless the girl is wise to this and goes to pee immediately following intercourse , these bacteria

    can make their way up the urethra (in some cases all the way to the bladder).

    It's a completely natural mechanism , and most girls would be wise to it.

    The reason that girls are prone to it and boys are not , is because in a female the urethra is much shorter than in a male.

    Think anatomy : from end of penis to bladder (I think) about 10" , in girls .. I don't remember ...a couple of inches ?

    Bug needs to travel much shorter distance in girls , to cause infection.

    It's not a 'disease' that is 'spread' , it is one's own bugs being in the wrong place .

    Hope this helps.

    Girls : go to pee ASAP after having sex ! You can avoid so much discomfort !

    If you have UTI , do go and see a doc : left untreated it can cause bladder infection which can make its way to the kidneys ,

    and eventually can cause septicemia , leading to septic shock and death. (Documented cases).

    Take care of yourself xxx
    Thank you for your most helpul reply, I think some people probably, just fall asleep, after intercourse.

    Strange too that a lot of elderly females are prone to UTI's,,,and luckily, very few men.

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