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Can Uti Be Transferred From Wife To Husband
Possibly: Urinary tract infections are infections involving the urine and bladder where the penis is not really exposed to unless there is urinary leakage during sexual intercourse. Although it is possible to transmit sexually, it is unlikely. Vaginal infections, however, can be transferred via sexual activity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A urinary tract infection, also known as an UTI, may involve the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. A common cause is an intestinal bacteria, E. coli. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate, and pain or burning when urinating. Antibiotics are typically ...Read more
UTI: Very very unlikely. If you mean that your wife is performing fellatio and you are afraid that the organism causing UTI will infect her that is highly improbable. If, however, you have stds like syphilis, hiv, gonorrhea, chlamydia, and so on, then this is possible to be transmitted in that fashion. ...Read more
It depends...: Any of several antibotics is likely to work, but the best often depends on testing to know which ones are most active against the bacteria causing it. Since the cause is known (E. coli), apparently your wife had a positive urine culture. She should follow her doctor's advice about which antibiotic to take. ...Read more
My wife has UTI she got antibiotics but it will take time until it starts affecting. what can she do to relief the pain until then?
Wait till it's gone.: To be safe, it is best if you wait till it is gone to have genital sex. You might give her oral sex, you can each caress each others' genitals and w/ a condom she might risk oral sex. It may be hard, but it might be a way to discover pleasures together that you'd otherwise not found. I know you don't want to keep passing it between you. Enjoy your love. Take care. ...Read more
We just got married last sept. After which my wife always have uti. And now before we're having sx, hr vaginal starts to bleed. What's the cause? Help
See your doctor: It may not be an infection, and further testing may be required to figure out what is wrong. ...Read more
Today my wife go her urine test report..
"remark: mobility orgs are seen"
what does this means?
Is she pregnant or has uti
35 yo non-preg wife has simple UTI started today. Require antibiotics to resolve, or can she treat with OTC and cranberry? Is there harm in trying?
Wife had an unwell feeling. Went to the doc and doc says UTI and low blood sugar but she is not diabetic. What could it be? On meds for UTI now.
Low sugar/UTI: Your wife could have felt unwell from her uti. A low blood sugar reading is not indicative of diabetes. It can cause a person to feel weak, dizzy, foggy headed, heart racing, clammy, sweating, and even pass out. It can occur at times if you havent had enough calories that day. Also can occur if you eat a meal high in simple sugars. ...Read more
Took my wife to the doctor because she couldn't control her urine, and we got send home with antibiotics for UTI. It has been 3 days and my wife is st?
Go back: Need more information such as urinalysis. If it suggested infection, then a culture may show infection resistant to nitrofurantoin. Is the "incontinence" just urgency with burning or just involuntary leakage. It is best to return to the doctor who prescribed the medicine. Good luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wife had E-coli led UTI with low grade fever. With 2 weeks of antibiotics she has recovered from UTI but still has low grade fever (below 100F)?
My wife is taking macrobid 100 mg caps twice a day to treat a UTI. Was told that if she has pain to go to emergency. She is having cramp like symptom?
Cramps: are not uncommon with UTIs. Usually these do not warrant an ER visit unless they are severe, however it depends on where the crampy pain is located and whether or not it is accompanied by fever, nausea, or flank pain (which could signal that the infection has traveled to the kidneys, and that WOULD warrant an ER visit. If her cramps are worse than a period, call your Dr's office for advice. ...Read more
My wife and i (both women) are experiencing pain similar to a uti, though she saw a dr. Negative test. No sex in months (pregnancy). No stds. Idea?
Bladder irritants: If neither of you have a positive urinalysis and your wife had a "negative test", there could be a dietary irritant to the bladder at fault. If you both ingested the same foods recently, the answer may lie in your diet. You can find a list on the internet. Common foods are acidic foods such as tomatoes, citrus, cranberries, coffee, chocolate, tea, artificial sweeteners, spicy foods. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wife took Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) for two recent UTI's. While taking Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) her Plantar Faciitis temporarily went away. Is this coincidence?
Probably : we have no data is that planter fasciitis had any infectious etiology. All though Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) is basically an antibiotic the question is what It has another mechanism of action in this setting. There is none that I'm aware of. plantar fasciitis can :-) improve by itself, can improve with massage, ice massage, range of motion, and physical therapy ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wife had 4 cases of strep, 2 UTI's, and pink eye all in past 8 mos. & has taken antibiotics for each of these. Is there a possible underlying problem?
Doc my wife is pregnant and is having recurrent UTI since beginning of second trimester...All the urine cultures from past 3 months show ecoli 10 rais?
See ID specialist: Possible causes of recurrent UTI are any kidney stones, cysts, any structural problems. Other possibilities are incompletely treated infection of if the organism is resistant to the antibiotic being used. Her obstetrician can certainly guide in the right direction but you may need to see infection diseases specialist and or urologist. ...Read more
A urinary tract infection (often called UTI) is most commonly caused by bacteria and usually refers to an infection in the bladder. Not all bacteria that grows from the urine represents an infection, so the need for antibiotics is determined by your ...Read more
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