Can Swimming Pool Cause UTI?
Swimming pools are full of bacteria like E. coli that caused by children and adults, as they urinate inside pools. Almost all swimming pools contain a high concentration of chlorine to keep the water free of contagious bacteria.
In sensitive people these chemicals can be quite irritating and can cause also chemical urethritis, that usually resolves on its own in just a day or two without treatment. Unfortunately this chemicals sometimes are not enough to keep the swimming pools clean and you can get an urinary tract infection from swimming in a public pool!! UTIs typically start in the urethra, but it can be an infection, in any part of your urinary system.
Women are at greater risk of developing a UTI than men are. About half of all women will experience a UTI at some point in their lifetime.
•A need to urinate more often.
•A burning sensation when urinating.
•Passing frequent, small amounts of urine
•Urine that smells.
UTI natural treatments:
•Drink plenty of water.
•Eat 3 times a day a spoon of Reiki Honey.
•Empty Your Bladder (Frequent Urination).
•Drink Pineapple (bromelain) shakes.
•Get vitamin C with fruits like the Indian Gooseberry (Amla).
•Drink a glass of water with a tea spoon of Baking Soda.