E coli treatment? Ampicillin and penicillin resistance in my reports all other kft, lft, sugar normal doctor give me antibiotics i take antibiotics urine have been normal after stop antibiotics again urine more 10-15 times in a day plz help this problem last 2 years
What a terrible mistake !!!! You advise people and especially girls to wipe front to back. That means you realise the danger of UTI, and still you tell them to use t. paper! How are you sure that the millions of microbes in the remaining feces film, would not later travel to their genitalia?
omg my parents would not belive if i say that i have the symptoms of uti i had fever for four night ,lower back pain abdominal pain, frequent urinating, but i can urinate easily .what would i do. please help
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Several people I know got rid of a nasty UTI by large glasses of water with baking soda mixed in it. Use keywords "Bladder infection UTI and baking soda" to find out the dose that works. The baking soda changes the pH of the lining of your bladder which ends up killing the infection.
This was a very good video... very informative. Mid to lower back pain during a UTI can possibly indicate that the infection has spread to the kidneys and this condition must immediately be checked by a medical practitioner.
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