Can amoxicillin treat an UTI infection?

UTI. Amoxicillin can treat an UTI. There is a wide variety of suitable antibiotics. Appropriate antibiotics are dependent on what you can tolerate and what is appropriate for the organism causing the infection. Evaluation by your doctor will help determine this for you.
It can. Amoxicillin is effective against E. Coli which is a common urinary pathogen and has been used successfully for UTI. However, it is not first choice. Sulfa is usually better for UTI.

Related Questions

taking amoxicillin for a sinus infection and now have a UTI. I'm taking Ciproflaxin for it. My husband will be here Thurs.& I don't want to be sick?

Continue meds. The Ciprofloxin will work promptly, assuming the bacteria is sensitive to that antibiotic. If your symptoms don't improve within 1-2 days, contact MD, you then would need a urine culture and sensitivity with likely a new antibiotic. Read more...

I'm on amoxicillin for a tooth infection &I have been urinating a lot these last two days I know that's a sign of a uti but wouldn't that work for uti?

Not necessarily. Depends on the cause of the urinary output increase. There are any other causes besides infection. Discuss this with your Physician, and make sure to have the infected tooth treated before the course of antibiotics has been completed. Read more...
Probably not UTI. Frequent urination is not the only symptom of UTI. If you also have urgency (sudden need to urinate) or painful urination, a UTI might be possible. Several antibiotics work for UTI, but you shouldn't treat yourself. If you remain concerned, see your doctor. Read more...
Anxiety Urination. A tooth infection can cause severe pain that can disrupt sleep and cause stress and anxiety. The combination of anxiety and urination, is nothing of concern, however, you should see your GP to rule out anything more serious (e.g. diabetes). Read more...
Dental Infection. Amoxicillin will generally help to control your dental infection, but you will still need to seek definitive care from your dentist to eliminate it. As far as your concern as to whether you have a UTI, you should consult with your primary care physician. If they suspect a UTI, they would most likely want to do a urinalysis and subsequent culture and sensitivity if any bacteria are found. Read more...

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

There isn't anything. 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. Read more...

Been treated for uti, yeast infection, n on amoxcillian for tootache all within three weeks what's causing soreness n dirt when I wipe vaginal imprego?

Antifungals. the yeast infection is common while on antibiotics. For simple yeast infections, your doctor will usually prescribe the following treatment(s): a one- to three-day regimen of an antifungal cream, ointment, tablet, or suppository. Common antifungal medications used are Gynazle, Lotrimin, Monistat, and Terazol (terconazole). These medications can be in prescription or over-the-counter form. a single dose of oral medication such as Diflucan. Read more...