Urinary Tract Infection
It is one of the most common bacterial infections in humans. It can occur in all age groups. Among them, mostly are women (men: women, about 1:8). About 30% of women have more than one time urinary tract infections in their 30-40 years old.
The vast majority of urinary tract infections originate from retrograde infections. The so-called retrograde infections mean that bacteria enter the urinary system from the urethra. Most of the bacteria come from the intestine(anus), especially E. coli, causing common representative disease "Acute bladder urethritis".
The cause of vaginitis is usually closely related to bacterial infections, changes in the vaginal pH value, or changes in the vaginal flora ecology.
Women’s privacy is prone to sweating due to the humid and hot climate, which can easily lead to the dampness of private parts. In particular, the genitals itself is a place with high humidity and easy to grow bacteria. Summers in a humid subtropical climate, are typically long, hot and humid. It is the peak period of vaginitis. Surveys show that 60% of office workers aged between 25 and 35 have “sultry”, “itchy” and “excessive secretion” in the summer. According to the observation of clinicians’ experience, summer hot and humid easily lead to female private infections, the incidence of female vaginitis is twice the winter!