Being a woman is not easy. Due to their unique anatomy, they are fated to get pregnant, to give birth, to experience menopause, and also prone to get certain urogenital issue such as urinary tract infections (UTIs). According to experts, 1 in 2 women will suffer from UTIs within their lifetime1. This is because, apart from being nearer to the vagina and anus (where the microbes are abundant), the urethra of women is shorter than men, allowing faster bacterial spread to the urinary tract.