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Dr. Dana Rice, MD is a board certified urologist in the Washington, D.C. area.  She completed her medical studies and her postgraduate residency at George Washington University and was named a top doctor in the Washingtonian Magazine and Northern Virginia Magazine in 2017. She's been featured in Cosmo, Buzzfeed, Romper, E Health Radio, Northern VA Magazine and on Ashley Iaconetti's Podcast, among others. She has co-authored a chapter on urinary tract infections and developed her UTI Tracker app to help educate patients and physicians. You can download the app in your Apple Store and on Google Play - Link to download the app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/uti-tracker/id1227446276


Today, we talk about why, physiologically and behaviorally, women get UTIs and what they can do to prevent them. We also dissect how you can tell if your pain is bladder or urethral, and why this is important. Dr. Rice breaks down the different treatments for UTIs and how to address these infections. You can follow Dr. Rice on twitter and Instagram @UTITracker and @Dr_DanaRice

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