Colleges should Provide Clean And Hygienic Toilets To Girls: Dr. Pranati Reddy

v6-urineDr Pranati Reddy, gynecologist and urologist at Rainbow Hospitals, Hyderabad expressed her concern over the bad condition of toilets across the state and the diseases that are carried due to insufficient and unhygienic wash rooms.“Most working women consume less water as they do not have access to good bathrooms. The intake of less water has its effect as urine is concentrated. The body also suffers as sufficient water is not provided”, said Dr. Reddy.She also expressed her concern over unclean and unhygienic rest rooms facilities in the educational institutions. Holding your bladder for too long makes it inactive and lazy. The function of the bladder is to empty out every time it is full and if this act is not performed its muscles tend to become weak.Many young college going girls do not prefer to use rest rooms as they are not clean. It is the duty of the colleges, schools and also private establishments to provide clean, neat and hygienic rest rooms for women. For elderly women, the complications are too many as they tend to contact infections faster and treating those infections sometimes takes too long”, said the doctor.On the men who feel free to urinate at any public place, Dr. Reddy said, “Men prefer to stand wherever they want but fail to realise that they can get infections too as the use of water is absolutely nil. At the same time, these habits make them negligent towards observing good hygiene habits further leading to infections.”

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