UTIs are usually caused by bacteria that either overgrows in the bladder, enters the urethra from elsewhere in the body, or uses its way up to the bladder from another site. The symptoms of UTI include pain or burning during urination, an urgency to urinate more often than normal, blood in your urine or a feeling that you can’t empty your bladder fully. There are many home remedies for UTIs. Bed rest is also recommended as it will make it easier for you to urinate and allow any fluid accumulation to dissipate naturally without disrupting too much of your day. What you do with diet is important- high fiber foods may help reduce constipation, which can increase frequency of UTI symptoms.
For emergency situations, doctors usually prescribe antibiotics, which may be taken once a day in tablet form, or three times per day in liquid form. Many people start to feel better with just the antibiotics, but if symptoms don’t subside within 72 hours, you may need to try one of the home remedies below. One of the most powerful antibiotic pills that you can take for UTI is Fosamax. They are very effective in treating UTI and some people only have to take them once a week for several months to completely rid themselves of their UTI symptoms. Fosamax are very effective at killing off bladder infections and will also help to prevent future UTIs as well. End to end therapy also includes a special gown that is worn at all times and a catheter that is inserted into the gall bladder. This helps to empty any increased bladder pressure that may occur because of an infection in the kidneys.
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