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How do I get rid af a urinary tract infection without taking antibiotics?
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Dr. Tarek Naguib
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
2 doctors agree
In brief: Difficult
However, a trial of several cups a day of cranberry juice on every other day basis to alternate with unsweetened iced tea on the other days may alter the pH of urine enough to control infection.
If works, this may save antibiotic side effects.

In brief: Difficult
However, a trial of several cups a day of cranberry juice on every other day basis to alternate with unsweetened iced tea on the other days may alter the pH of urine enough to control infection.
If works, this may save antibiotic side effects.
Dr. Tarek Naguib
Dr. Tarek Naguib
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Dr. David Keller
Internal Medicine
In brief: Try doggy sex
Antibiotics quickly cure most simple UTI's.
How to avoid UTI's in the first place? The #1 cause of UTI in women aged 27 is sex. New partners increase UTI, so does the "missionary position", where the penis can rub against your urethra (pee hole), pushing in bacteria. The "doggy" position is less likely to cause UTI, because the penis enters your vagina from behind, without contact with urethra

In brief: Try doggy sex
Antibiotics quickly cure most simple UTI's.
How to avoid UTI's in the first place? The #1 cause of UTI in women aged 27 is sex. New partners increase UTI, so does the "missionary position", where the penis can rub against your urethra (pee hole), pushing in bacteria. The "doggy" position is less likely to cause UTI, because the penis enters your vagina from behind, without contact with urethra
Dr. David Keller
Dr. David Keller
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
In brief: Prayer + drink+++
No sure way of getting rid of a UTI without antibiotics.
In mean time drink 10 glasses of water per day and urinate every 1 - 2 hours. Please consider a short course of antibiotics.

In brief: Prayer + drink+++
No sure way of getting rid of a UTI without antibiotics.
In mean time drink 10 glasses of water per day and urinate every 1 - 2 hours. Please consider a short course of antibiotics.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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