9 Intimate Questions Men Are Too Afraid to Ask (Answered Here)
Could it be a urinary tract infection?
Has every urination turned into a painful nightmare all of the sudden? Have you started taking more bathroom trips than before? Is there blood too?
Urinary tract infections are considerably more common in women than men. That’s because women have a shorter urethra than men, which makes it more likely for bacteria to enter the bladder.
However, this does not mean that men can’t experience the same diagnosis too!
Many urologists believe that, if men would be more aware of this type of infection, detecting infections early and getting proper treatment would make a huge difference for the healing process.