Harvard Women's Health Watch

Stopping repeated urinary tract infections

The drop in estrogen after menopause increases a woman's risk of urinary tract infections. Antibiotics can treat a UTI. To help prevent repeat infections, a woman should fully empty her bladder each time she uses the bathroom and drink plenty of water.

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