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Urinary Tract Infections (bladder infections)
Can drug use cause a urinary tract infection?
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Can clindamycin hydrochloride be used for a urinary tract infection?
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Is ciprofloxacn for urinary tract infection?
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What do nitrates indicate when found in a urine drug test?
What is chronic urinary tract infection?
A chronic urinary tract infection is a bladder/kidney infection that keeps recurring. Its treating course can be more than three months. Antibiotics are commonly used for curing urinary track infection. However, antibiotics can develop drug resistance if taken for a long period. Under this condition, it's better to take a treatment with no side effects, like herbal medicine called diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill.
Are frequent urination and pains in the stomach signs of a urinary tract infection?
What are the effects of drinking alcohol while on doxycycline tablets?
Asked in Medication and Drugs
Can the drug darcalma be use for STD?
According to RxList, the drug is used to: "relieve discomfort, pain, frequent urges to urinate, and cramping/spasms of the urinary tract caused by an infection or a medical procedure. Methenamine and methylene blue are antiseptic drugs that help to clear a urinary tract infection. Salicylate is a pain reliever. Sodium phosphate makes the urine more acidic, which helps the drug methenamine work better. Hyoscyamine is an antispasmodic drug that relaxes muscle cramps/spasms.". It is not used for a STD
Is the ciprofloxacin and phenazopyridine good for yeast infection and urinary tract?
Typically, cipro and pyridium are both used to treat a urinary tract infection. Fluconazole, miconazole or even the over the counter drug Monistat is what you're looking for when it comes to a yeast infection. You can also take an anti-inflammatory like Naproxen to ease the pain and swelling for a bit as well. Hope this helps! -Amber (MO Health Pharmacy Tech)
Asked in Medication and Drugs
What pill has the letters AMC on it?
Pill imprint AMC has been identified as Amoxicillin. Amoxicillin is used in the treatment of urinary tract infection; upper respiratory tract infection; bacterial infection; bronchitis; kidney infections (and more), and belongs to the drug class beta-lactamase inhibitors. There is no proven risk in humans during pregnancy.
Is meloxicam used to treat urinary tract infection?
Asked in Antibiotics, Penicillin, Amoxicillin
Can amox tr-k clv 875-125 be used for a urine infection?
While not the ideal drug for treating most routine urinary tract infections, Augmentin (the trade name of the drug you mentioned - amoxicillin/clavulanic acid) will treat the most common causes of urinary tract infections. Most physicians prefer to use drugs a little more specific to the infection being treated. You should know, that drug is in the penicillin family, so if you are penicillin allergic, you should not take it.
Can you take clindamycin for urinary tract infection?
What drug is used for Kidney infections?
Antibiotics are used for "kidney infections." The particular antibiotic depends on your personal history. Some common examples used for urinary tract infections include Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim), Cipro (ciprofloxacin), Levaquin (levofloxacin), MacroBID (nitrofurantoin), Keflex (cephalexin), as well as many, many others. You should discuss with your physician what particular drug might be best suited for you if you believe you have a urinary tract infection.
Can amoxicillin cure uti?
What drug can you take for a urinary tract infection if you are allergic to penicillin?
Asked in Medication and Drugs, Antibiotics, Drug Tests
Does ciprofloxacin show up in drug test?
Ciprofloxacin, often called "Cipro" is a broad-spectrum antibiotic often used to treat urinary tract infections. Drug testing looks for opiates (narcotics) or for common street drugs. Drug testing is not used to detect antibiotics because there is no reason to check for infection-fighting medications.
How do you treat a urinary tract infection?
Typical medical treatment for a UTI is the medication Bactrim (a sulfa drug) or Cipro, an antibiotic. The treatment is usually for 10 days, but if the infection is severe the doctor may prescribe 14 days of treatment. diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill can also help. It is very important to take ALL of the med prescribed by your doctor, even after you begin to feel better. Urinary tract infections are more common in women and are usually caused by bacteria such as E.coli. Untreated urinary tract infections can cause complications such as cystitis or pyelonephritis. UTI's are usually treated by a 3-7 day common antibiotics such as Bactrim DS, ciprofloxacin, nitrofuratoin. These medications will require a physicians prescription. Your physician may also add another medication called pyridium for the first 2-3 days.