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Why we need to improve care for women with urinary tract infections

Dr Cat Anderson is a GP in North Staffordshire specialising in women’s health and UTIs (urinary tract infections). She outlines how traditional testing can miss UTIs and urges healthcare practitioners to listen closely to patients when they say they have a problem. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) can be common in women. Bacteria within our own … Continued
Bladder and Bowel Q2 2024

Protected: Trust your gut and speak out about your ulcerative colitis symptoms

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Bladder and Bowel Q2 2023

Refusing to stop ketamine abuse can lead to bladder and kidney failure

Ketamine is a popular recreational drug that has been used for decades. However, recent studies have shown that its abuse can lead to serious bladder problems. Ketamine is a dissociative anaesthetic that has been used in medicine for many years. However, when taken in large quantities, it can cause a range of physical and mental … Continued