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How to treat urinary tract infections that come back three times a year?

Needs investigation. You need to consult your doctor to determine the reason for recurrent infections. An individual episode needs to be treated with prescription antibiotics. See this site for more info. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/urinary-tract-infection/ds00286. Read more...
1st exclude causes. Your utis may be caused by: not emptying your bladder after sex, using bubble bath or bathing rather than taking a shower, using non-cotton or thong underwear, not consuming sufficient fluid and not urinating frequently enough or urinating with thighs closed allowing urine be trapped in your vagina, being constipated, wiping wriong way. Your dr. Will prescribe antibiotics to treat occurrences. Read more...

Are there any alternative medicines that may treat urinary tract infections in women?

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...

How can I naturally cure and treat urinary tract infections and avoid recurrence and frequent pain?

Stay hydrated. There is no sure-fire way to prevent uti's. Some things that may help include: don't wait too long (e.g. Not more than 3-4 hours) between urinations, empty the bladder soon after intercourse, and clean carefully after bowel movements. Although there are no research studies, these are commone sense things that may help reduce the incidence of uti's. Read more...

Will low calorie cranberry juice work as well as regular cranberry juice to help prevent/treat recurrent urinary tract infections?

Probably. Wile many people believe that cranberry juice helps with bladder infections, there is little evidence to support this. However, it is the cranberry that might be giving the help so whether the juice has sugar or is artificially sweetened should not matter. Read more...
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 more...

Why do women get urinary tract infections?

UTI. short distance from anus , vagina and feces to uretheral orifice. I would go to wikipedia for more details and discuss with you Dr. As your reasons may be different from most. Read more...

Will urinary tract infections go away on their own?

Maybe. A UTI can run its course and resolve or it may ascend the urinary tract, involve the kidney, spread to the blood and result in sepsis and death. In the preantibiotic era, UTIs in women, like now, were common, but all, fortunately, weren't fatal. Happily, we live in an era which has discovered the benefits of antibiotics. Please avail yourself of the fruits of the 21st century! Read more...

What can you tell me about urinary tract infections?

See below. http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/urinary-tract-infections-in-teens-and-adults-topic-overview Please visit this web address for information as it is not feasible to answer the question in 400 characters. Read more...