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Non stop e-coli UTI

I am a 60 yr old woman who has had a recurring e-coli UTI for over 4 years (always confirmed by lab testing). I have hypothyroidism. I am on bio identical hormones (my hormones were so low they barely registered in blood work), compounded slow release T3 capsules (I do not convert T4 medications into useable T3). I have been on antibiotics for this UTI repeatedly for 4 years. It goes away when taking antibiotics and comes back 3 days after stopping antibiotics. I have a naturopath who does not use homeopathy but instead uses herbs and tinctures. I was tested for candida and was packed with it. I have recently completely a candida cleanse with great success. So much so that my thyroid medication was reduced as well as my bio identical hormones.
Nothing my naturopath is doing is getting rid of this e-coli UTI. I have burning/hot feeling in the genital area before, during and after urinating. I recently purchased some colibacillinum 200C and would appreciate any help in curing this. It is affecting my whole body. I cannot think, it makes me feel sick and generally unwell.
 
  Juniorcat on 2018-02-11

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I also have leukocytes and sometimes speckled blood showing on urinalysis sticks as well as nitrites.

 
Juniorcat last week

Do you ever have watery diarhhea or leak urine-
Even tiny amounts?
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simone717 last week

Yes to both (sometimes)
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Juniorcat last week

Yes to both sometimes
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Hi,
I am not prescribing - just a suggestion as my mother went thru the same-
Started wearing a daily pad- bc somehow
Having minor incontinence was letting E. coli
Wick up into the urethra and constant uti's.
After using a pad every day it finally stopped
For good. The dr was going to have her see
A urologist , but thankfully not needed.

 
simone717 last week

I do wear a pad every day for those times with there is a bit of leakage. It doesn't happen often with me now though. Thanks for the suggestion though. I should add for anyone prescribing that I was diagnosed with interstial cystitis in my 30's. It went dormant for close to 30 yrs and then flared up 5 yrs ago. I had to have a cystoscopy and then a transurethral resection of the bladder (I was urinating blood). Nothing was found except an open sore in the bladder. After that procedure (which took 6 wks to recover from) there was no more visible blood in urine. Then I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism and then this UTI started and has lasted 4 yrs.

 
Juniorcat last week

No one here can help me?

 
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