Why Does the Incidence of Recurrent UTI Increase in Menopausal Women?

Event overview:

The majority of women will have a UTI in their lifetime, but the prevalence of recurrent UTI is especially high in women over the age 52.

Dr Cat Anderson is an expert in women’s health and has dedicated her career to treating women with some of the more challenging cases of long-standing microbial infections, including recurrent urinary tract infections (rUTIs). This means she is expertly positioned to advise on this cohort of patients that will commonly be presenting with rUTI symptoms in primary care.

Learning objectives:

By the end of this webinar, you should:

  • Understand why women entering the menopause may be predisposed to this condition.
  • Be able to implement practical solutions on how to reduce the risks of recurrent UTI in menopausal women.
  • Evaluate the treatment options available for menopausal patients.
  • Understand what treatment options are available for this cohort of patients.
  • Recognise when secondary care referral should be initiated
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