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How do you know if you have a urinary tract infection and if you do, how do you treat it?
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Dr. LUIS IRIZARRY
Family Medicine
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In brief: Uti
Typical symptoms are urinary frequency, burning sensation at end of stream, pain.
Sometime fever or abdominal pain. Fluid, cranberry juice may help. Antibiotic is the best way to treat the bacterial infection.

In brief: Uti
Typical symptoms are urinary frequency, burning sensation at end of stream, pain.
Sometime fever or abdominal pain. Fluid, cranberry juice may help. Antibiotic is the best way to treat the bacterial infection.
Dr. LUIS IRIZARRY
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
In brief: Symptoms +urinalysis
Suspect UTI if you have burning on urination, need to urinate frequently, urine is foull smelling, suprapubic pain, sometimes blood in urine and sometimes flank pain.
Urinalysis will confirm presence of uti. Treatment is by taking an appropriate antibiotic.

In brief: Symptoms +urinalysis
Suspect UTI if you have burning on urination, need to urinate frequently, urine is foull smelling, suprapubic pain, sometimes blood in urine and sometimes flank pain.
Urinalysis will confirm presence of uti. Treatment is by taking an appropriate antibiotic.
Dr. George Klauber
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