How much amoxicillin would you take to cure a urinary tract infection?
You would need a prescription from your doctor. There is no way to tell you online how much to take, because that would depend on things like your weight, age, and any other medical conditions. Trying to just guess the amount can be dangerous. Using too much can damage your stomach, and using less than you should can fail to get rid of the infection.
I would think-yes you still ovulate with an urinary tract infection. Ovaries produce eggs and travel down fallipeon tube. Urinary tract is a different body function. Read More
This is probably not the first drug we would choose. Most likely the bacteria involved is E. coli, and amoxicillin, Bactrim/Septra or Cipro are often used. Read More
maybe a urinary tract infection Read More
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Typically midstream urine is taken as a urinary specimen, when you have urinary tract infection. It is good precaution to scrub the genital area with some mild soap like glycerin soap, before you take the urine specimen. Read More
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In general urine is sterile. The exception would be if the person had a urinary tract infection. Read More
Apparently not but it is a major contributor to bladder cancer. Read More
Sounds like a urinary tract infection, or possibly a bladder, or kidney infection. Read More
Antibiotics, of course, kill bacteria. Taking them would actually kill any infection in the urinary tract, not cause it, however, since urine flushes out toxins and waste from your body, you still could get inflammation in your urinary tract, therefore causing the same irritation as an UTI. You may also experience diarrhea as a result. Read More
A urinary tract infection (UTI) occurs anywhere in the urinary tract between the urethra (the outlet "pipe") and either or both of the kidneys. If it's confined to the urethra it's called urethritis. If it's in the bladder it's cystitis. If it travels up the ureter to the kidney it can develop into pyelonephritis, which is inflammation of the upper urinary tract. Acute pyelonephritis usually results from bladder infection (cystitis). It is usually treated with… Read More
I would have cranberry juice, but go to your doctor too Read More
What results would you expect to see if the client was presented with diabetes and Urinary tract infection?
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Oh sure honey, I had a urinary tract infection about 8 years ago, and it caused many vaginal bumps that were EXTREMELY painful, eventually they turn hard, and are uncomfortable, but good luck honey! Read More
If you had a urinary tract infection a week before menstruation and it was treated with antibiotics would menstruation be late and by how much will it be late?
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A shower would be better under those circumstances.. Read More
You could, but it would be much easier to go to your general practitioner for minor ailments such as this. Read More
A urinary tract infection is very unlikely to prevent ovulation. They're two different systems. The only reason the answer is not a definite no is that if the infection is extremely severe, like maybe a systemic infection, like in the hospital with tubes in your arms, and your body is under extreme duress, then maybe ovulation would be inhibited. But for an ordinary UTI, no. It will have no effect. Read More
Cause they drink too much liquid or they might have a urinary tract infection. Read More
There can be many. It could be an infection or autoimmune disease s it would be best to see a doctor. Read More
Yes a urinary tract infection is a flammatory bacteria in your bladder area and has nothing to do with getting a tattoo. make sure they sterilize their equitment/needle. I would probably stay away from getting a tattoo near the kidney and bladder though why would you want to get a tattoo while in the middle of a uti, though? would be uncomfortable Read More
My first thought would be a urinary tract infection; a veterinarian would be able to assess this and provide treatment. Read More
Well you could have a UTI urinary tract infection and you would need to go to the dr and get some medicine. Read More
Urinary tract infections are more common in females because the female urinary tract is much closer to the outer layers of the skin than would be in a male. The UTI is close to the vagina and rectum making it more susceptible to infection caused by waste excreted from the body. Student Nurse Read More
If you use medications like Provigil, this will cause it to smell like marijuana. Otherwise, I would suspect a urinary tract infection. Read More
It is possible, but this would not be a symptom of pregnancy. It would more likely be a symptom of a sexually transmitted disease or urinary tract infection. Read More
What could i have if my lower left side is hurting it feels like gas could it just be urinary tract infection?
"just be urinary tract infection"..I would be saying it the other way around. Just gas is not a problem, just uncomfortable. Try peppermint water or buscopan. However a urinary tract infection is potentially a serious medical condition, which many people take lightly. People can die from untreated UTI's. If you have burning sensation on urination, increased frequency or even confusion then go to the doctors and ask them to test a sample of your urine. Read More
Sometiimes the infection affects both he bladder and the vagina. And some vaginal infections make it very sore when you pee. Get checked by a docotr. Read More
You've just recovered from a bad urinary tract infection could drinking alcohol have caused kidneys to ache?
Yes,and you should forbid drinking alcohol .Your urinary tract and kidney would not bear.You ca take Diuretic anti-inflammatory pill to strenghten the effect if you have to do that.You would be soon to drink. Read More
A single burning episode may be nothing to worry about, but burning that lasts for a day or more could well be a urinary tract infection. NOTE: Most urinary tract infections are NOT sexually transmitted diseases and they can happen to anyone at any time. A doctor can perform a simple test for infection and prescribe antibiotics. Most urinary tract infections are easily cured with antibiotics but it is important to treat them because if… Read More
Generally not - because the antibiotic would be 'dismantling' the microbes causing the UTI (urinary tract infection). However, an antibiotic may cause vulvar irritation that may lead to symptoms of itiching and pain on urination - these symptoms may be mitigated by a specific cream. If the UTI is caused by a virus, then no antibiotic will solve the problem - the infection will in this case have to work its way out. Read More
Hi there, Yes, in my view there may be a relationship between an ovarian cyst and a urinary tract infection, for example as follows: Someone may get a UTI because the ovarian cyst is compressing the ureter inside the pelvis. Compression may cause what is known as an 'obstructive uropathy' and this may be intermittent (as the cyst changes position in the pelvic cavity) and also partial i.e. not complete (the flow of urine through… Read More
I would recommend she have an A1C test at her clinic. It will reveal whether she is heading towards diabetes. Read More
No. That would be impossible, because a kidney infection is caused by bacteria that has to travel up the urinary tract to reach the kidneys. There is no type of massage, not even deep tissue, that would cause this to happen. Read More
Due to a infection. urinary tract infection. yeast infection. pregnancy. implantation bleeding or irregular periods. or because your on bcp. or because you have a polup in your uterus or even for no reason at all. See your doctor for a examination. Read More
No, you cannot use Augmentin for a tooth infection. Augmentin would be prescribed by a doctor to treat complaints such as ear infections, severe sinusitis, bacterial urinary tract infections and skin infections. Read More
Generally you would treat urinary tract infection with antibiotics such as Amoxycillin. Your vet can prescribe the correct amount based on your cat's weight and state of health. Read More
In males, it seems possible since the sperm cells pass through the urinary tract. As they are cells can be infected by bacterial or other micro-pathogens to become sterile and ineffective in fertility of the ovum. A more likely cause for infertility would be organ damage, and the testes are quite a ways from the areas that tend to get infected. In females the urinary tract is distinctly separate and in no way can effect… Read More
Take it to a vet. It may have a urinary tract infection, kidney infection, or some other medical problem. Then again, it may be incontinece. In any case, a veterinarian would be your best bet for treatment. Read More
The reason why there is a sensation of frequent urination could be sue to a urinary tract infection. You would need to bring a sample of your urine to your doctor who will examine the urine for the presence of white blood cells, a sign of infection. Read More
The best thing to stop any UTI's (urinary tract infections) from occurring would be to pee after sex. This flushes the foreign bacteria out of the system. Read More
Jane Seymour died from puerperal fever - a common malady caught by women giving birth due to the lack of proper hygenic practices in that time era. Puerperal fever would lead many complications, such as but not limited to: *septicaemia *infection of the urinary tract *infection of the breast *infection of respiratory tract Read More
I would definitely consult a veterinarian first. After saying that, blood in the urine can be from anything as simple as a urinary tract infection to a serious injury. Read More
No. The blood in the urine would be present in case of urinary tract infection which breaks down the kidneys Read More
Both Amoxicillin and Cephalexin are prescribed medications that would be issued under the treatment of a physician. Therefore, a physician would have to give the directive to use both antibiotics simultaneously. It is unlikely that any physician would prescribe both at the same time. More importantly, both Amoxicillin and Cephalexin are antibiotics, often used to treat the same diagnosis such as urinary tract infection or a sinus infection. What differentiates them is their spectrum classification… Read More
What is the difference between an upper respiratory tract infection and a lower respiratory tract infection?
The primary difference is the location of the infection. An upper respiratory tract infection would include infection of the nose, nasal cavity, nasal and paranasal sinuses, and the larynx and pharynx. A lower respiratory tract infection would include infection of the trachea, bronchi or bronchial tree, and the lungs or pleural cavity. Read More
I'd first consider the possibility of an infection. I'd test first for a UTI (urinary tract infection)-- they are common in paraplegics. If the urine were cloudy or foul-smelling, those would be signs of UTIs. Read More
Infection, Virus, bacteria, even cancer, but don't freak out, this may not be why. What did your Doctor say? I would get a seecond opinion asap. My chlds was 22000 it was a urinary tract infection, he was fine after they treated it. Read More
What is wrong if it feels like you have to pee all the time but when you go only a little comes out?
It is quite possible you have a UTI (urinary tract infection). A course of antibiotics would cure you in a week. Visit your doctor. Read More