UTIs

UTIs intro text




[Title: Condition Name]


[Subhead: Engaging one liner. Ex: “Never heard of cytolytic vaginosis? You’re not alone. Here’s what you need to know.”]


What is [condition name]?

  • Description of condition (what it is and how it occurs) 
  • Include other relevant information such as condition type (STD, infection, inflammation, etc.)


How common is it?

  • Prevalence (where data is available). If no data available, omit this section.


What causes [condition name or major cause identified in the description above] and who is at risk?

  • Description of major causes & risk factors (lifestyle or pre-existing conditions, etc.) 


What are the symptoms?

  • List of common symptoms (and reference if similarity to other conditions)
  • Description of potential complications


How is it diagnosed? 

  • Description of diagnostic method (Note: If no standard exists, include that here)


What are the treatment options?

  • Description of treatment options ((Note: If no standard exists, include that here)
  • Include expected outcomes (e.g., timeline for expect relief from symptoms) 
  • Recurrence information (where data is available) and what to do if there is a recurrence 


What can be done to prevent [condition name]?

  • Prevention tips (to end on a positive note). These might be lifestyle related or medical suggestions.



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Written by Aisha Ommaya, science comms officer with Juno Bio

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