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Urinary Tract Infection

Also called: Bladder Infection

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HI have a read through this link, is from the NHS in the UK, but there are lots of details, to keep taken antibiotics is not good for you, there may...
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I assume you are talking about Coca-Cola...correct?  The answer is no. Carbonated beverages will NOT cause a urinary tract infection. The most...
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Hi, UTIs are not sexually transmitted infections. Sexual activity can lead to a UTI but sexual partners do not need to be treated.Good Luck
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Staph, like a skin infection, is technically contagious, but a urinary tract infection (caused by Staph) is NOT contagious.....you cannot...
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Hi,  Sex is a common cause of UTIs in women, is this all you need to know?Just see your doctor for some simple meds or see your chemist.Hope...
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Hi The question would be, why do you think you have MRSA? have you been told this? have you been tested?
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The urine should be cultured to determine the pathogen causing the infection, and the best antibiotic for that particular pathogen. Not all people...
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The culture (of your urine) likely revealed an organism that was not sensitive to the ciprofloxacin. This may be why there was a change in the...
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No...this is not an antibiotic that would typically be used for urinary tract infections. It would not be wise to self-treat.
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Hi, For many women, UTIs and UTI symptoms will go away on their own, although a woman be uncomfortable in the meantime, However, there’s risk that...
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E.coli is the most common bacteria that causes a urinary tract infection (UTI). Assuming you are a female (men rarely get UTIs), the bacteria came...
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Hi Its best you get it confirmed, if it is a UTI the you can do oine of two things, take meds for it, or go the natural way of cranberry juice, you...
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When were you told that you have a UTI and did you take antibiotics for it? If not you should see a doctor asap for treatment as UTIs can spread to...
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