symptoms clear up within a few days of treatment. However, you'll
likely need to take antibiotics for three days to a week, depending
on the severity of your infection.
bladder infections can be a challenge to treat because bacteria found
in hospitals are often resistant to the common types of antibiotics
used to treat community-acquired bladder infections. For that reason,
different types of antibiotics and different treatment approaches
may be needed.
buy potassium citrate or sodium citrate powder, to make into drinks,
at a pharmacy.
make your urine less acidic, which can reduce the burning feeling
when you pass urine. But they won't kill the bacteria causing your
doctor may prescribe a three-day course of antibiotic tablets to treat
probably take trimethoprim (brand name Monotrim), nitrofurantoin (Furadantin),
cefalexin (Ceporex, Ceporex-Keflex, Panixine, Biocef, Zartan) or amoxicillin.
take a low dose of antibiotics for six months to 12 months. There's
good research to show that this can cut the number of infections you
get while you're taking the antibiotics.
is most commonly used to treat urinary tract infections but your blood
pressure may goes up .
cranberry juice or taking capsules of concentrated cranberry extract
may help to prevent cystitis.