can i treat a uti without antibiotics

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Dr. Abraham Morse answered:

How can you treat uti infection naturally, without going to the doctor and receiving antibiotics?

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reliable, but you can try drinking more fluids to help flush the bladder. Sometimes the symptoms will go away. If they don't improve on a day or two, go see your health care provider
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Dr. John Cheng answered:

How can you treat uti infection naturally, without going to see the doctor and getting antibiotics?

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Otc azo. Drink plenty of water to wash out your system . If that doesn't help see your pcp or urgent care for possible antibiotic .
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Is there a way to treat uti without antibiotics?

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Fluids, mostly water, avoid caffeine, spicy foods, take cranberry tablets, good perineal hygiene
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Besides pain meds and antibiotics, how else can you treat a UTI, kidney and bladder infection?

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Pyridium is a bladder anesthetic and dye that turns the urine orange. It helps with bladder pain.
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Dr. Oscar Novick answered:

What are the top 3 antibiotics used to treat a uti in woman ?

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Cipro, bactrim and macrodantin are three antibiotics commonly used for urinary tract infections in women
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Dr. Ron Eaker answered:

Why would someone develop a Strep B UTI? What are some of the best antibiotics to treat it?

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This is a bacteria that is very common in the vaginal canal. It is very easy for this to get into the urinary tract. Number of antibiotics can treat this including penicillins.
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Dr. James Burns answered:

I have a UTI and a yeast infection. Today is my last day of antibiotics. How long should I wait to treat the yeast infection?

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immediately and wouldn't wait for it to become overwhelming. If topical OTC ineffective after 2 days contact your doctor for oral antifungal.
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Dr. Jack Rubin answered:

I feel of having uti but i want to avoid antibiotics since im on BC pill. Its not reli intense. Could i treat it thru water therapy?

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To treat a UTI, you need to know if you have one first. If you don't no drugs are needed. Get a culture of urine your urine and discuss the results with the physician who ordered the BC pills for you. I do not know of any prohibition for the use of antibiotics with BC and they are better than water for a UTI. Good luck.
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Dr. Martin Raff answered:

I've been on antibiotics for a week to treat a UTI. Now it is the last day and my urine however has not cleared up, could it be more than a UTI?!

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Don't know what you mean by "has not cleared up", but if you really have a persistent UTI you may have upper tract infection, an organism that was resistant to the antibiotic you were taking, something besides a direct UTI (an inflammatory process adjacent to and secondarily inflaming the urinary tract), or other issue. See a urologist or touch base again with your PCP. Good luck and get better.
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I finished antibiotics to treat a UTI four days ago. Those antibiotics caused my hemorrhoid to flare and now I have tender nodes on that side of groin. What could be causing the tender nodes?

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usually enlarged inguinal nodes are due to a vaginal or vulvar infection. The tender nodes are not typically due to a hemorrhoid flare. Do you have any unusual vaginal discharge, genital 'lumps or bumps' or rashes? Ongoing. Urinary symptoms? If the tender nodes persist > 5-7 days, please see your doctor to get this checked out.
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