Urinary Tract Infection Community

A urinary tract infection (UTI) is a bacterial infection that occurs when bacteria get into the bladder or kidney and multiply in the urine and can affects any part of the urinary tract. Discuss topics including prevention, causes, symptoms and treatments such as when you may need to get antibiotics.
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I had a urinalysis done while being on doxycycline for 5 days. Neg Leukocyte and Neg Nitrite. Can doxycycline affect these results creati...
My mother keeps getting UTI's, doctor prescribed her GEMTESA, but this drug has serious side effects. Has anyone heard of D-Mannose, a ...
My Dr. sent out a sample for a culture. I see the results on my chart. It says "Final Report. No growth at One day" Is One day the norma...
I've been having recurrent cystitis for the past ten months, but since May I don't experience the usual cystitis symptoms such as burning...
Hello, I am a 31 yeas old man. Last month I was diagnosed with epididymitis (left side). Almost 3 weeks before I had protected sex wi...
I had asked this in another forum, but so far no response. My doctor had me do some lab work. In my urine sample it came back high with W...
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