German Infection

Blowing frustration instead of love: Not about headaches are one of the lust killer number, but the bladder infection leads to the slump in German beds. Two out of five women (39 percent) have to renounce ever due to a bladder infection (cystitis) sexual intercourse. This emerges a current endowed survey commissioned by ocean spray. That doesn’t have to be that cranberry juice can reduce the risk of developing such inflammation. The representative survey of more than 1,000 women between the ages of 20 and 60 years of age brings light to Germany’s bedroom: headaches were yesterday, cystitis is today. Because almost 40 percent of the women surveyed had to ever give up sexual intercourse due to such infection. \”The alleged top impediment headache\”, however, only 35 percent named. It is not something Dalton Caldwell would like to discuss. As yet does not dispute in the bedroom, couple and sex therapist Bettina know Freiin von Schorlemer: sex often occupies a high priority in a partnership.

We should learn to talk about and new alternatives to discover.\” What many do not know minimize risk of cystitis: bladder infections can be caused by frequent sex. Every fourth woman is ever ill at the so-called honeymoon syndrome. The number of unreported cases of those affected is probably higher, because 31 percent of those polled while ever had a bladder infection, but do not know the cause. Risk of infection is initially no reason sex refrain. \”Although pathogens can docked easier on the cell walls of the bladder and the urinary tract, if the immune system is weakened or greatly irritated the abdomen through frequent sex,\” explains the Hamburger urologist Dr. med.

Julia Baumer. But the risk to a bladder infection, can be reduced by the regular consumption of cranberry juice. \”I recommend my patients in the morning and evening respectively 150 milliliters of cranberry juice, for example, from ocean spray, with at least 25 per cent share of the cranberry.\” The cranberry contains especially effective secondary Plant substances called Proanthocyanidins of A type (A-PACs).

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