One of the most common reasons for a woman to see a gynaecologist or urologist is a urogenital infection. The well-known link between aberrant vaginal microbial flora and an increased risk of urinary tract infection emphasises the necessity of understanding the microbial flora and the efforts required to maintain it in order to maintain urogenital health. Despite the increased prevalence, urogenital infections receive little attention from the medical community. People are becoming more aware of them, and medical developments have pushed them into the spotlight. The relevance of using 'probiotics' to replenish these depleted commensals has emerged in a significant way. A probiotic's value cannot be taken at face value. Probiotics should not be thought of as a cure-all for urogenital infections. However, based on the existing evidence, it appears to be a viable alternative for improving and maintaining urogenital health.