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After menopause, the chance of getting a urinary tract infection (UTI) rises significantly.
More common among women, over half of women will experience a UTI at least once within their lifetime. Until now, the only option for preventing re-occurring UTIs were antibiotics.
A recent study published in the journal Science Translational Medicine supports the use of vaginal estrogen as a preventative measure for re-occurring UTIs in postmenopausal women. Read more from the full article: from Drugs.com