This month, the NHS website finally recognised chronic UTIs as a condition after years of campaigning from the Chronic Urinary Tract Infection Campaign (CUTIC) and Bladder Health UK. PRUDE spoke to three women about why the NHS hasn’t gone far enough.
For many, the pain of a urinary tract infection (UTI) is second to none. The feeling of peeing tiny but deadly knives, emergency trips to grotty public toilets with unlockable doors. Not to mention the seawater taste of a cystitis solution, given out to patients to relieve symptoms.
Read the full story here.