Prevention Is Better Than Cure: UTI Preventive Medicines



Infections are contagious and we never know when we would also get one! Therefore keeping a healthy and clean lifestyle is a must, not only this, taking care of minute details every now and then is also vital for good health. Also, we should have knowledge of the symptoms and precautions of some deadly infections, so that we can self-diagnose at an early stage. It is also said that prevention is better than cure, so preventive medications should be made available for some deadly infections. One such infection which is common in both men and women is UTI i.e. urinary tract infection. And to prevent this there are UTI Preventive medicines which taken at regular intervals, ensure protection from this infection.
Being one of the infections which affect the private part of the body, openly talking about it or even visiting a gynaecologist is considered as embarrassing by many. Therefore people should be first made aware of these infections, and also they should be given knowledge about the symptoms related to this. This can be done by organizing seminars and expert lectures at various workplaces, and also pamphlets can be given away for the public good. Free camps in the village area should be set up by various government hospitals, to provide knowledge and free check-up, especially for the ladies. Since in village area due to lack of clean toilet facility, people seldom go in the farms and trash area to do their business, which in turns infects them in many ways.
For those people for whom visiting a gynaecologist is not possible due to any reason UTI prevention medicines should be made available. In the village area especially, these UTI prevention medicines should be provided for free, and regular camps should be organized. Prevention at the right time would be of much relief rather than struggling at the end moment. With UTI preventive medicine, ensure good health and protection from various infections.

About Vikas Singh

Vikas Singh has completed his MSc in biotechnology & MBA in healthcare management. He worked in the biotech industry for drug research, genomics and proteomics. As MBA he has worked with the healthcare industry. He is a certified lean six sigma green belts professional and specialised in the areas of Manufacturing, Quality, R&D, Compliance and Regulatory Affairs.

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