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Thank you for the tip.
You are right, the distance between, as well as the length of the female urethra are the key factors of higher risk of bladder infections in comparison to males.
I actually thought that the cystoscopy would show some kind of deviations from "normal", such as that my urethra is too short, or the urethra is too close to the rectal area, or even that my bladder is too low (I know someone who has that, and this woman said after they pulled up her bladder, she stopped getting UTIs, she used to get them every two months before that). But like you said, the diagnostics did not give any answers. On one hand, yes, I'm glad I'm not retaining the urine and that it doesn't flow backwards, like you said, but on the other hand, I don't know what else to do other than to pray to Lord that I don't get any more infections.
Anyways, I'll be looking forward to hearing on what your naturalist doctor says.
You've been of great support to me through this journey, can't thank you enough.
Hope you're doing okay.

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