2 doctors weighed in:
How do you treat urinary infection?
2 doctors weighed in

Dr. Joel Bessmer
Internal Medicine
In brief: Antibiotics
You can try increasing your fluids and pushing the cranberry juice if your symptoms are quite mild but if you are have any fevers or much pain with urination, you will probably need antibiotics.

In brief: Antibiotics
You can try increasing your fluids and pushing the cranberry juice if your symptoms are quite mild but if you are have any fevers or much pain with urination, you will probably need antibiotics.
Dr. Joel Bessmer
Dr. Joel Bessmer
Thank
Dr. Harris Cohen
Family Medicine
In brief: UTI
Urinary infections, when confined to the bladder, often respond to oral antibiotics.
If the infection is in the ureter or kidneys, IV antibiotics may be necessary.

In brief: UTI
Urinary infections, when confined to the bladder, often respond to oral antibiotics.
If the infection is in the ureter or kidneys, IV antibiotics may be necessary.
Dr. Harris Cohen
Dr. Harris Cohen
Thank
Read more answers from doctors