Our expert says:
If you get more than 3 bladder infections in a year you should be seeing an urologist to determine the cause (kidney stones, narrowing of the bladder opening, underlying kidney disease) You may need to have an examination under anaesthetic or a sonar. Repeated infections can cause permanent kidney damage.
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