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How do you treat a bladder infection?

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In brief: Antibiotics

Rest, lots of fluids, antibiotics.

In brief: Antibiotics

Rest, lots of fluids, antibiotics.
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Holly Barth
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In brief: Antibiotics

You need to see your physician who will test a urine sample.
If you do have a bladder infection he/she will prescribe antibiotics for you. It is also helpful to drink plenty of water. The physician can also prescribe a medication that will help if you have a burning sensation when you urinate. (the adverse side effect of this is that it will turn your urine and all other body fluids orange).

In brief: Antibiotics

You need to see your physician who will test a urine sample.
If you do have a bladder infection he/she will prescribe antibiotics for you. It is also helpful to drink plenty of water. The physician can also prescribe a medication that will help if you have a burning sensation when you urinate. (the adverse side effect of this is that it will turn your urine and all other body fluids orange).
Holly Barth
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