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Customer: My girlfriend has bladder infections from intercourse, I'm seeking condoms that cove her vagina but allow touching as if it wasn't there to protect from bladder infections used for non intercourse touching. Yes?
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Anthony Bray, MD replied 1 year ago.


The problem of women getting a UTI associated with sexual intercourse is a common one. It has NOTHING to do with you giving her an infection however. The sexual activity allows bacteria in her skin to migrate up the short urethra to the bladder. A condom of any sort would not help this. She may benefit to consult her doctor and obtain a prescription for a preventive antibiotic. A prescription for SEPTRA is often helpful. I have some patients take one within 24 hours of sex and this helps reduce the risk of a bladder infection . She may also have some prevention benefit vs UTIs to take Vitamin C 500 mg daily

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