UTIs/LUTs & The Menopause
For our next NHMS webinar, Dr Louise Newson will be joined by Professor Chris Harding, a Consultant Urological Surgeon who has a special interest in bladder dysfunction, continence, neurourology, urinary tract infections.
UTIs refer to infections of your bladder (cystitis), the urethra (the tube which carries urine out of your body) and your kidneys, and they can affect more than half of women at some time in their lives. Some women suffer with recurrent episodes, and UTIs can become more frequent and troublesome in the perimenopause and postmenopause phase of life.
Together, they will discuss the signs, causes and treatments of both UTIs & LUTs and how these link in with the menopause.