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Recurrent Uti Infections
I have recurrent UTI and urinary infections every time I use a public toilet. I don't sit on them and I cannot avoid them and starting the pill soon. ?
Not from toilets: Recurrent UTI is a common problem in some women, but has nothing to do with using public toilets. Recurrent UTI comes from within: affected women carry the causative bacteria, often inthe vagina. Sometimes sex is responsible for triggering recurrences, by massaging vaginal bacteria into the urethra. Treatment often can prevent repeat it. Discuss with doctor. But don't worry about public toilets! ...Read more
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
Recurrent sinus, respiratory, UTI infections.Igm high at 392 mg/dl & IgE high at 222 ku/l. No pneumococcal titers without vaccine. Any idea of cause?
Father has recurrent infections of UTI as he does self cath for a neurogenic bladder. Are his kidneys getting damaged?
I went to the doctor and apparently I have another UTI which is recurrent and a vaginal yeast infection. Why do I keep getting uti?
Sex difference.: Women have shorter urethra and less antibodies encountered by the bacteria as they enter so women have more recurrent infections. If it is too often, still your doctor has to find out why. Voice your concern. Yeast infection can occur after antibiotics as we also kill all the good bacteria and allow the yeast to overgrow there. ...Read more
Possible causes of recurrent UTI (white bc in urine) with no symptoms but flank pain? Sched for CT scan, could that detect a source of infections?
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If I have recurrent utis and my boyfriend does oral sex to me, can he get a sore throat due to some infection connected to the utis?
Experiencing recurrent utis following intercourse requiring antibiotic therapy, then developing vaginosis and yeast infections. How can I stop cycle?
Frequent UTI's: To prevent a UTI after intercourse, try to go to the bathroom and urinate as soon as possible after having sex. Woman get more uti's than men due to their having a shorter urethra make a UTI easier to acquire. Urinating after sex has the urine flush away any bacteria and will prevent them from getting to your bladder, avoiding a uti. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Will low calorie cranberry juice work as well as regular cranberry juice to help prevent/treat recurrent urinary tract infections?
About cranberry: Cranberry juice and extract is able to decrease urine infections with e.Coli bacteria b/c it interferes with the bacteria's mechanism for sticking to the bladder wall and 'climbing' up into the urinary tract. There are many other bacteria that cause urine infection, however, and cranberry has no effect on them. Without a urine culture, you will not know which type of bacteria are causing uti. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My girlfriend urinates almost every 10-25 min a little not much but is very clear no pains , she know it's not a blad. Infection or uti?
Here are some ...: U-frequency may suggests: excreting a lot or urine from over drinking or poor renal function; decreasing bladder functional capacity (unable to hold much urine) by UTI, OAB, IC, etc.; pending urinary retention. These can be easily sorted out by taking good Hx stressing quality, quantity, & sequence of events + physicals + tests such as UA, residual urine, blood test,... so to deduce right Dx for . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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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