Jenna Ryan is the co-founder & CEO of Uqora, a urinary track health company that creates a range of products to support urinary track health for those fed up with heavy antibiotic rotations. Since 2017, Uqora has helped over 100,000 women get ahead of UTIs. Jenna graduated with a Bachelors of Art from UC Santa Barbara. In this episode Jenna shared her personal struggle with UTIs, we discussed the vaginal microbiome, debunking the cranberry myth and consequences of taking too much antibiotics to battle UTIs.
Check out Uqora at www.uqora.com
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