Urinary tract infections in men and women
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are not uncommon in women. When they recur, this can be frustrating and may be as a result of an underlying problem, although as often is the case, no obvious cause is identified.
Urinary tract infections are uncommon in men, and are more common in older men than in younger men. This is often due to underlying prostate problems which may manifest as a UTI. Recurrent UTIs in men may have various causes including recurrent prostate infections /inflammation (prostatitis), narrowing of the waterpipe (urethral stricture disease) etc.
We have a broad experience in managing UTIs in both men and women, and offer the full spectrum of assessment and treatment options.