Urinary Tract Infections and Sepsis: Questionnaire

Published: 3rd September 2020

Dr Louise Newson and her organisation, Newson Health Research and Education, have teamed up with The UK Sepsis Trust to create this important survey regarding Urinary Tract Infections and sepsis.

Urinary Tract Infections are one of the most common infections in women, who are eight times more likely to develop a UTI than men. If left untreated or inappropriately managed, a UTI can lead to severe complications such as sepsis.

One of the causes of higher rates of UTIs amongst postmenopausal women is lowered estrogen levels - however, studies have shown a reduction in recurring infections in women who use a vaginal oestrogen. The purpose of this survey is to help us better understand the impact that different types of oestrogen have in preventing recurring UTIs. Dr Newson and The UK Sepsis Trust hope that these results will help influence change and encourage the use of vaginal estrogen for all menopausal women to help those suffering from recurring UTIs.

You can complete the survey by clicking the link below. The survey is anonymous and does not collect any identifiable data or IP addresses.


Click here to take part

Newson Health Menopause and Wellbeing Centre was launched in 2018 by leading menopause specialist and GP, Dr Louise Newson. Created to help women receive the most appropriate, individualised and holistic treatment for their perimenopause and menopause, it has quickly become a centre of excellence, providing care to women of all ages, both via remote consultations and in-person at clinics in Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwickshire.

A passionate and tireless campaigner for better menopause care for all women, Dr Newson has also founded the Menopause Doctor website, The Menopause Charity, the balance app, Newson Health Research and Education and written a best-selling Haynes Manual on Menopause.

The Menopause Doctor website is a free resource providing a huge amount of unbiased, evidence based information about the menopause and perimenopause for women and healthcare professionals. The site has been adopted by the Royal College of GPs (RCGP) as an official educational library for menopause. Visit www.menopausedoctor.co.uk.

The Menopause Charity was founded in 2020, with trustees including sustainable health expert Professor Matthew Cripps and media ambassadors Davina McCall, Lorraine Kelly, Liz Earle and Meg Mathews. The charity has many exciting plans to help women and their families and colleagues with the challenges caused by the menopause, including an educational website, professionally staffed helpline and fundraising for research activities. Visit www.themenopausecharity.org.

‘balance’ is a free app that was developed to enable women to track their symptoms, access personalised expert content, share stories and lots more. Get the balance app at www.balance-app.com.

Newson Health Research and Education is a not-for-profit organisation from which all profits are invested back into the business. A Confidence in Menopause educational platform has been developed specifically for healthcare professionals and can be found at https://www.fourteenfish.com/menopause/subscribe

The Haynes Manual on Menopause is a definitive guide to help women, their partners and families cut through the plethora of misinformation and take a straightforward look at menopause. Find out more at www.newsonhealth.co.uk/resources/menopause-manual.