How long does it take to get rid of UTI when on antibiotcs?

Five to seven days . Usually a UTI will resolve in this time period. If it does not there may be a resistant organism or some anatomical problem that needs to be addressed.
A few days. Symptoms start getting better in a couple of days. It takes 5-10 days to cure completely.

Related Questions

How can I get rid of a UTI without antibiotic? How long will it take to go away?

Fluids and probiotic. Pure cranberry juice as well as probiotics up to 20 billion/day might help with a mild UTI but if your symptoms persist for over a couple of days or you develop back pain fever or nausea see a doctor. Read more...

Besides an antibiotic, what can I take to get rid of a uti? This is the third one in my life that I've ever had

Depends. Anectdotal suggestions of drinking cranberry juice have some merit, as the drink can make your urine acidic and kill some minor bacteria, but your best bet is getting a urinalysis and culture with sensitivities to accurately diagnose your UTI and learn what bacteria is causing it, as well as what antibx will erradicate it. Best wishes. Read more...