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How common are UTIs?
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Up to 50% of women will experience 1 or more UTIs in their life. However, UTIs are much less common in men. Any woman who gets recurring or repeated UTIs within a few months of each other (eg, 3 or more in a 12 month period), should be assessed by a doctor as this may mean there is an underlying cause. All men presenting with UTI symptoms need to be assessed as soon as possible, and will usually need further tests such as urine tests, blood tests and an ultrasound scan of the abdomen/urinary tract.

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