The link between sexual and bladder health for women


Women who frequently experience UTIs or have urinary incontinence are more likely to avoid sex due to discomfort and/or embarrassment. — 123rf.com

Sexual health is a key component of one’s overall well-being.

Being sexually healthy impacts your overall quality of life and sense of self-worth.

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Women's health , sex , UTI , incontinence

   

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