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No. This is not an appropriate antibiotic for a kidney infection. Please see a medical provider so that you can be properly examined and diagnosed.
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The most important component of treating kidney infection (as with any bacterial infection) is timely initiation of antibiotics under the directions...
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A kidney infection is treated with an appropriate antibiotic, and abnormalities may need to be surgically treated. An untreated or recurrent kidney...
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There is no scientific data to suggest that avoiding any type of food while suffering from a kidney infection is harmful or beneficial. However, it...
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Are you sure it is just a kidney infection and not a kidney STONE? You may need a CT scan of your kidneys to be sure. Keflex is an appropriate drug...
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Kidney infection, or pyelonephritis, may be classified as uncomplicated, complicated, or chronic kidney infection (long-term). A complicated kidney...
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If the pain is worse on your antibiotics, then you need to consult your treating medical provider today. You may need a change in your antibiotic...
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Oral antibiotic medicine usually is effective in treating urinary tract infections (UTIs). In many cases, if the symptoms and urinalysis suggest a...
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Buchu has insufficient evidence for: Urinary tract infections. Kidney infections. Sexually transmitted diseases. Other conditions. More evidence is...
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Uva Ursi has insufficient evidence for: Urinary tract infections (UTIs). Developing research suggests that taking a combination product containing...
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Pumpkin is possibly effective for: Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Taking pumpkin seed oil extract by mouth alone, or with saw palmetto, may help...
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Nitrofurantoin is an antibiotic used to treat or prevent certain bladder infections. It works by stopping the growth of bacteria.This antibiotic...
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Black Hellebore has insufficient evidence for: Nausea, worm infestations, regulating menstrual periods, kidney infections, colds, constipation...
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This medication is an antibiotic used to treat bladder infections (e.g., acute cystitis or lower urinary tract infections) in women. It works by...
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This medication is an antibiotic used to treat bladder infections (e.g., acute cystitis or lower urinary tract infections) in women. It works by...