How much cranberry juice and water should you drink daily to get rid of uti?

None. Cranberry juice does not get rid of UTI (rx bacterial infection of bladder), but may be helpful to prevent UTI (has hippuric acid, keeps bacteria from latching on). Antibiotic is much better to rx active infection. Drink "plenty" of water and other beverages (8 glasses/day is good target); can get some of this from soups, juices, fruit. If irritated bladder, symptoms can be worsened by caffeine.

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Does drinking cranberry juice really cure a UTI? If so how much do I half to drink of it? How can I get rid of a possible UTI without going to the Dr?

Cranberry juice... ...wont help. For several years it was believed cranberry juice could prevent or cure UTIs, but recent research shows no significant benefit. You may not have UTI anyway. UTI is rare in males your age (22). STDs are more likely cause of painful or urgent urination in young males, especially if you've also had urethral discharge. Don't cut corners; you need to see a doctor for sure. Good luck! Read more...

Can drinking cranberry juice help men get rid of utis?

Yes. Because cranberry juice causes the urine to become acidic, certain bacteria can't grow in urine that is acidic and it can help eliminate an infection. Read more...
Not a treatment. While cranberries contain 2 compunds that block the binding of certain bacteria to the lining of the urinary tract, cranberry juice or extract will not treat an acute uti. Cranberry juice/extract may help to prevent uti's in some people, but the medical literature does not offer conclusive evidence that cranberry juice prevents utis in everyone. Read more...
No. Cranberry juice prevents the adherence of some bacteria to the lining of the bladder, but it is not powerful to treat an established infection. Bladder infections in men are rare, except in older men with prostate enlargement, which makes complete emptying of the bladder more difficult. If you have an infection, you should consult your doctor, and may need to see a urologist about your prostate. Read more...
No. Cranberry juice contains substances called proanthocyanidins, these interfere with ability of bacteria to stick to the bladder or urethral lining and thus reduce the risk of developing a UTI or of reinfection. It may well be useful as an adjunct to using antibiotics because of its antiadherent qualities, but not by itself. Read more...

Can I get rid of my UTI by just drinking cranberry juice?

No. Takin cranberry juice during an UTI episode could make things worst, given that the juice is high n sugar and promotes bacterial feeding. You can start taking cranberry juice after you are treated and cure, and this will help prevent the incidence. Read more...
No. Prevention - not treatment. Cranberry juice can help to prevent urinary tract infections (UTI's) in women with recurrent UTI's because of the proanthyocyanidins (PACs) it contains. Read more...

Can drinking lots of cranberry juice and taking AZO cranberry probiotic caplets help get rid of a uti?

Unlikely. Probiotics are for preventative use and cranberry juice although a helpfull adjunct does not in itself get rid of and infection. Best to get checked to make sure it is a UTI then get appropriate antibiotic treatment. Read more...
UTI. Urinary tract infection (UTI) needs treatment with antibiotics or antiseptics. Any infection has a small probability of resolving over time without antimicrobias, however, you are taking a risk and you may develop complications. Since you are lucky to have access to antibiotics for a relatively simple infection, seek help from a physician in your area. Read more...

My mom told me to drink cranberry juice and it will get rid of my urinary track infection (uti) is this really true?

See answer. Cranberry juice can produce an acidic urine, which some bacteria that cause urinary tract infections will not be able to survive in, so there is some credibility to this 'mom's tale.' however, be aware, this may help for some minor uti's but most may need to be evaluated and treated by a physician to assure the appropriate tx is rx'd. Best wishes. Read more...
No. Although the theory is accurate, acidifying your urine with cranberry juice sufficiently to do this would require enough juice to almost drown you. Go and get treated by your doctor, unless of course you have nothing else to do but drink cranberry juice all day. Hope your UTI clears up soon. Read more...

Drinking cranberry juice help prevent UTI? Does drinking lots of water help prevent?

Water/juice. both will help but certainly NOT cure nor prevent UTI. Once diagnosed with uTI- antibiotics are the the drugs of choice. Read more...

I have kidney stones I haven't been able to pass them drinking lots of water and cranberry juice is there any other way to get rid of them?

Likely no. Is this an old problem ie. known in your medical history, or are you having acute flank pain/blood in your urine/ difficulty urinating / fevers right now? If the latter, go and see a urologist- you may need a lithotripsy (shock waves to break up stones in the kidney) or other procedure. Read more...
Here are some ... The most deciding factor for stone passage is stone size. Generally speaking, a stone of 4 mm. So, ask Doc timely to decide when, what, and how to wait and manage a symptomatic stone. Read more...