utiIn the past 3 years, I've had repeated UTI'S that frequently showed up quickly and with no warning until there was blood.
They have in the past year and a half slowed down in frequency but still show up. I thought I had one coming on about a week and a half ago. I took a course of Bactrim - 5 days, and I still feel...NOT right.
I'm drinking only water and now taking something called Cystex. Both liquid and tablets. It seems to help some but still, I shouldn't have to take those things on a daily basis.
Also I've notice that at some point during the day, my urine looks a little cloudy. No smell or blood though.
I'm a 57 year old woman with no other health issues.
Can someone help me to finally be able to clear this up?
flower_lust on 2020-08-17
Give a gap of 2 hrs between each dose.
Medorrhinum 200 and Thuja 30 be taken in alteration.
♡ anuj srivastava 3 years ago
You can try DMannose for a few days as it is a sugar that tricks the bacteria to adhere to it. Drink plenty of water.
And if possible , get some uti test strips from the drug store and track your progress. Sometimes, the antibiotic needs two courses,or a different antibiotic works better. However, I find for me,
That using the D mannose when I feel one coming on? Takes
Care of it in one or two days.
Also, check if there is even slight urine leakage
At times, bc this can cause this. My mother was
Having frequent Uti and then wearing a pad at night
If you take remedies, they can give relief, but also mask symptoms- so that infection gets worse while you feel better-
That is why you need those test strips to see if
Real progress is going on.
♡ simone717 3 years ago
flower_lust 3 years ago
Tiny leaks that one may not even notice can cause the uti.
If you wear one of those thin pads, Uti will not happen.
I would try that and kegel first. A main remedy for bladder leakage is causticum, try exercise first.
♡ simone717 3 years ago
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