The NHS just changed its guidelines on chronic UTIs, so what does this mean for sufferers?

Despite being deeply unpleasant, UTIs, aka Urinary Tract Infections, are very common. In fact, according to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, up to 50% of women will experience a UTI at some point, whilst 20–30% will experience recurring UTIs – multiple infections per year – which, we’re sure you’ll agree, sounds pretty awful. Further still, some even experience what’s known as chronic UTIs, meaning their symptoms (which include persistent bladder and pelvic pain as well as frequent urination, to name a few) are ongoing.

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