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Regular UTI infections in an 85 year old diabetic

Following several months in hospital and a bad UTI infection which resulted in delirium last year mum who is diabetic is not suffering with regular UTI's at least every 2 months.
 
  theseasidegirl on 2017-05-16
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I think you mean - she IS having these every two months.

What is going on with hygiene?
Is your mother taking care of herself?
Is she having incontinence or watery stools?
 
simone717 3 years ago
No she is very hygienic and has no incontinence, from time to time she does get watery stools.
 
theseasidegirl 3 years ago
Check with dr as to the bacteria- if E. coli , and she has watery stools it is
Easy for a tiny amount to get on underwear or pubic hair and then get up into the urethra.

With age ,tissue thins out and this makes it easier also. I suggest she wear a thin pad and change daily.
It will absorb any liquid and then this will not happen. Try that first. And make sure she drinks enough water
And she can try cranberry juice in the water or capsules as it prevents bacteria from being able to adhere to anything.
 
simone717 3 years ago

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