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Medicine For Urinary Tract Malformation
Anywhere along tract: Means: malformed part of the urinary tract, otherwise known as congengenital deformity, +may or may not be serious. Can be genetic or something "out of the blue".Examples:congenital cystic kidneys where one or both kidneys consist of a collection of cysts.Hydronephrosis: kidney swollen by blockage.Bladder reflux-valves malformed + permit urine to back up. Urethral valves-urinary blockage to outflow. ...Read more
Urinary tract malformation may be defined as any inborn structures of urinary tract like their shape, location, size, number, function, etc. Which deviate from their supposed-to-be, but their timing of expression as a disease may widely vary along ...Read more
Here is. ..: Urinary tract malformation may be defined as any inborn structures of urinary tract like their shape, location, size, number, function, etc. Which deviate from their supposed-to-be, but their timing of expression as a disease may widely vary along life path among individuals. ...Read more
Bad Luck: I am assuming that you are referring to a congenital anomaly (something you were born with) such as double ureter, double kidney, abnormal shaped kidney to name a few. These are usually random events with no family history. It all happened when you were a tiny little embryo in your mother's uterus! ...Read more
Possibly: Depending on the type of malformation, it could be correctable with surgical reconstruction, stent placement or other methods. Discuss this with your doc, who will likely send you to a urologist for further evaluation. ...Read more
Your doctor: The correct ;medication for your situation is best obtained via your doctor. ...Read more
Antibiotics, water: If you have a urinary tract infection, you need an appt/consult with a doctor to prescribe antibiotics. In the meantime, increase your water intake. There have been some studies that suggest that cranberry juice helps prevent bacteria from causing these infections, so consider 100% cranberry juice (read the label -- many have other juices as well). ...Read more
What are the causes of a urinary tract infection and what kind of medicine can I take for the pain?
Multiple causes: Most urinary infections are bacterial. Some are ascending infections through the urethra, especially in women, other are due to seeding of the kidney through blood. Some urinary infections are prompted by obstruction to the flow of urine. The medicine needs to be tailored to the organism causing the infection and it is not a matter for self-care. Please see your doctor for proper antibiotic. ...Read more
Had a urinary tract infection, took medicine for that. Now I keep having burning what is causing that? What is causing the discomfort?
Continued: Continued burning could mean that your infection did not clear up from the antibiotic, or it could be that you have another type of infection or a yeast infection. You should be re-evaluated by your doctor. If you get pain, vomiting, or fever then you will need an emergency evaluation. ...Read more
What should ivtake as a medicine for a urinary tract infection. Now I started taking effervescent granules urinary alkalinizer 4 times a day. Is good?
UTI treatment: You need to have your urine cultured to see what bacterium (b) is causing your uti. Starting an antibiotic (a) without knowing what b caused your UTI and what a it's sensitive to is not a good practice. Taking granules to make your urine less acidic is also not a good idea. Bacteria are less likely to grow in a acidic environment. Making your urine less so will do nothing to help combat your uti. ...Read more
Not really: Increase fluids and follow symptoms. If not improved in a couple of days, call your doctor as a short course of antibiotics is usually curative very quickly. ...Read more
I am a man of 45years and have prolong urinary tract infection with staph aureus. What drugs should I use to eradicate it totally? .
See your PCP:
Total eradication with heavy duty antibiotics is the easy part. Hard part is how you got it and keeps recurring. See your PCP and need to discussion on STD and risky life style
Will a urinary tract infection and/or OTC medications for UTI affect a urinalysis drug screen in any way?
No: A drug screen is not effected by a urinary infection or usual otc medications. ...Read more
I am getting dehydrated no reason. Went to urgent care on feb 27 urinary tract inf. No fever. He gave me doxycycline 2 times a day I have horrible drug allergies can only take levaquin avelox penicillin cannot take sulfa or macrobid. He gave me doxycycl
Dehydration: Dehydration can occur easily when a patient has an infection. An infection can cause a fever, even when the patient isn't always aware, and the skin flushes, with more fluid evaporating. In addition, if a patient isn't feeling well, they often don't drink or eat as much as they typically do. Patient's who are on other medications, including cardiovascular medications, can be more sensitive to the effects of dehydration. Signs of allergic reaction to a medication usually includes rash that is usually hives, swelling, itching, or shortness of breath. ...Read more
Easy: E-coli is usually present in feces. When you clean with toilet paper after bm, a thin film of fecal material full of e-coli is left around the anal area and gets into the vagina during sex. To prevent this problem, wash your bottom with soap and water before and after sex. Always pass urine after sex. ...Read more
I want to thoroughly clean my urinary tract because I take in lots of sugars. What's best to clean it?
Decrease sugar and: Drink water and not soda or sugared drinks. ...Read more
Possible: Some of the nerves exiting the spine will go to the urinary tract and can control some functions of the tract. Sometimes when these nerves are injured you may have trouble urinating or even have accidents because you cannot control the stream. ...Read more
Very unlikely: Recurrent uti's occur but a permanent UTI is very unlikely. Other diseases can mimic a UTI such as interstitial cystitis, polycystic kidney disease, lithium toxicity, sarcoidosis, & bladder cancer. Patients with prior surgery, retained surgical material, stents, kidney stones or abscess may require long term antibiotics for treatment & suppression. A specialist can sort out these problems. ...Read more
Many: Bacteria multiplying in bladder. Not urinating after sex, allowing bacteria which reached bladder ; multiply. Using bubble-bath and tub baths rather than taking a shower, severe constipation, sub-optimal toilet hygiene- not wiping front to back or holding thighs together with urinating + trapping urine behind labia, witholding urination, thongs and non-cotton underwear. ...Read more