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By Duchess - / Friday 20 January 2017 12:00 /
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By  Uniquestar7  |  18

The bladder is part of the urinary tract, so the bladder infection is a urinary tract infection. Bladder infections are commonly bacterial, but may also be fungal (your yeast...). So you may have only 1 infection, or 2 at most.

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By  Uniquestar7  |  18

The bladder is part of the urinary tract, so the bladder infection is a urinary tract infection. Bladder infections are commonly bacterial, but may also be fungal (your yeast...). So you may have only 1 infection, or 2 at most.

By  Jesse Kachelein  |  6

You sound like you aren't taking proper care of your lady parts, ydi.

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I'm pregnant and this just happened to me too. My obgyn said it was from using Summer's Eve & just an already imbalanced ph due to being pregnant. She said she could tell I took good care of my lady parts but it can happen anyway. So she could be taking well care of her downstairs so I don't think she deserves it..

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  InnocenceBlue  |  28

You don't need to "take care of your lady parts" like they're a child or something. And you can get UTI's from dehydration, being sick already etc. And once you get one, you're prone to them for life pretty much.

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  Mynxie  |  21

I can testify that yes, once you get a UTI, you will always be open to others. I remember when I was 18, still a virgin [that's important because many women get them from not cleaning up properly after sex], and after the first one, I use to get one very few months for an entire year. Though, I haven't had one since then and I'm 29 now. Though never had a yeast infection.

By  tracy4191  |  10

The bladder infection and UTI are connected. You probably ignored the UTI and it got worse (or the normal antibiotics from your doc weren't meant for the infection you got). The yeast infection would be from antibiotics or soap.

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