Urinary tract infection

This occurs independently of age and gender. Still, it can be identified as a feminine problem, as it occurs more frequently in younger women. Womens urethras are comparatively short, causing there to be an insufficient barrier for bacteria. 

Any weakness of the immune system can cause the infection to occur. Also imbalances in the vaginal flora can increase the infection rate. 

In addition to analyzing a urine culture and administering antibiotics, there are many tips and tricks that can lead to success.