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Can I Take Cystex While Pregnant
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My girlfriend is approximately 2 months pregnant and has a UTI she has these regularly. Can she take cystex? If not what can we do? She NEEDS relief!!
Uti: Urinary tract infections can be very serious especially during pregnancy. Because of hormonal changes and dilatation of the ureters during pregnancy there is an increased risk of kidney infections. She should have a urine culture and appropriate antibiotics started. She should be followed closely by her obstetrician. ...Read more
UTI Pain: Yes, you can take Amoxicillin and cystex together. Cystex is just for the pain of a urinary tract infection. Treating the infection with an appropriate antibiotic should get rid of your pain, too, once it has a chance to work. The good news is that uncomplicated UTIs tend to resolve very quickly. ...Read more
No: Cystex contains methenamine, which will cross into breast milk and is NOT considered safe for nursing infants. ...Read more
Depend...: Cystex can ease the symptoms of UTI, but can not rid UTI-related bacteria since it is not an antibiotic. So, how to use it will depend on what the purpose for taking it, symptomatic relief? To put all the related things for good care together correctly, follow instructions in articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html & http://formefirst.com/onUTI.html. Best wish to health... ...Read more
What do you recommend if I bought some cystex tablets. do these really work and are you supposed to take them everyday?
UTI treatment: Contain Methenamine which is antibacterial agent plus Sodium Salicilate (similar to aspirin) which helps to relieve pain & incidentally is non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication & antipyretic. Only over the counter urinary antibacterial available in USA. 2 tablets 4x/day for UTI or 2 at night as a preventative. Better see Dr. to discuss & be treated if necessary. Other antibiotics > effective ...Read more
The color change that occurs with taking cystex would not have an impact on the test to detect amphetamines in your sample. However, the color change itself may be enough to have the testers more closely scrutinize you with other tests.
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Easier said than done. ...Read more
Yes, but...: Both may be used simultaneously but just potentially ease UTI-related irritative voiding symptoms, yet would not kill offending bacteria. Of course, don't use them overjealously beyond their recommended doses. If not symptomatically improved in 3 days, seek evaluation & counseling so to get right diagnosis for right care. How to? Go to http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wish ... ...Read more
I'm taking half of .25 Xanax (alprazolam) at Night today I woke up with uti syntoms can I take cystex if I'm taking Xanax (alprazolam)?
Together is ok: These medicines can be safely taken together ...Read more
Is it safe to take Cystex liquid since I take blood pressure meds? Are there any contraindications for meds or suplementsI ith Cystex liquid?
No: You can take cystex to relieve the symptoms of a urinary tract infection but not necessarily the cause. It is designed to decrease symptoms UNTIL you get a chance to see your primary medical doctor. This medication is similar to pyridium, (phenazopyridine) for symptomatic relief, but does not turn your urine orange. ...Read more
thats fine to take both. As a male however, you should get evaluated by a urologist because UTI in males is not that common, especially in your age group.
Make sure you get a Urinalysis to confirm UTI. ...Read more
I have an antibiotic for the UTI, but was told by my doctor that I can take AZO for pain relief. I have Cystex already at home, can I take that?
Here are some ...: For most uncomplicated UTIs in adult females, an effective antibiotics alone should suffice to improve and rid UTI-related voiding symptoms in 1-3 days. AZO is an add-on for helping relieve severe burning, but optional as long as being tolerable. Regarding Cystex, its effectiveness has been sworn by some but murky by others. So, you may use Cystex and see. If not better in 2-3 days, see doc timely ...Read more
Ive been taking antibiotics for a UTI for going on 4 days now but can't seem to get rid of it. Is it okay to take Cystex or Azo for the pain and discomfort while on antibiotics and how long to wait before I go see the doctor if it does it go away?
4 days: You can take Azo while you are on antibiotics for a UTI; however, you should follow the directions and not use Azo longer than recommended in the directions. Also If you have been on antibiotics for 4 days and aren't getting better, you may have an infection that isn't sensitive to the antibiotic you are on. You need to see your doctor tomorrow and ask about this. Best wishes! ...Read more
No: Cystex is a dietary supplement (look for fda disclaimer in small print). It appears to be a cranberry concentrate plus assorted ingredients that might prevent infection but can't cure it. Only antibiotics can cure (bacterial) infections. Phenazopyridine (aka Azo or Pyridium (phenazopyridine) etc) is an otc medication that can decrease UTI pain. Medications are fda approved & have proof of safety & effectiveness. ...Read more
Yes, ...: Known to us, Cystex is urinary lining soothing agent containing methenamine, sodium salicylate, & benzoic acid, and sulfamethoxzole/trimethoprim is a common effective antibiotic for uncompleted UTI with its effectiveness up to 75-85%. So, you may use it and see. More on UTI? Go to http://www.formefirst.com/onUTI.html. ...Read more