As vaginal tissue and pH change, more frequent UTIs can become a real problem for many women in perimenopause and menopause.

Many women in perimenopause and menopause find themselves repeatedly at the doctor, getting yet another prescription for yet another antibiotic. The problem is solved for maybe a couple of months, then *boom* — the UTI is back.

Why? They're doing everything right: staying hydrated, urinating after intercourse, trying new birth control methods, etc. etc. etc., and yet the stinging and cramping while voiding comes back time and again.

Listen to our podcast to learn more about why it happens and about an innovative new product from Uqora to help women of any age ward off the dreaded UTI.

If you prefer to watch the discussion, you can find it on YouTube. Be sure to subscribe to the Gennev channel, so you never miss a video!





Jill Angelo

July 13, 2020

Medically Reviewed By

Dr. Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su

Chief Medical Officer

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