Digestive disorder is affecting women more than men. This is because women have a habit of blaming their gut problems on their own choices. Women do not seek opinions or further check on the causes of gut problems such as bloating, diarrhea, gassy, and other gut symptoms. Women’s gut bacteria are different from men’s because women’s gut bacteria change during menstrual cycles. In addition, makeup, perfume, and birth control also could affect gut bacteria. Women tend to have the gut infection than men due to the types of bacteria growth is higher. Women also have harder pooh than men. Postmenopausal women contain lower gut bacteria than non-menopausal women because the production of estrogen affects the diversity and composition of gut bacteria. In another way, the production of testosterone in men also has the same effects. This is because the interaction between hormones and gut bacteria is a two-way street.