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Female Genitourinary Infections

Secondary to infections of the respiratory system, urinary tract infections are one of the most common bacterial illnesses seen in primary care. Women are at a higher risk of acquiring cancer than males. This is a crucial aspect of the field of Gynecology. Because of their narrow urethra, they are more susceptible to UTIs, as well as certain behavioural variables such as delayed micturition, sexual activity, and the use of diaphragms and spermicides. At all International Gynecology Meetings and Gynecology Conferences, female genitourinary infections are one of the most addressed topics. Antibiotics are typically used to treat uncomplicated UTIs. However, not everyone who is diagnosed with a UTI and given an antibiotic will have a bacterial infection.