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You need to take the full course of the antibiotics given to you. This is stated on the instruction sheet. Oh man, that sucks that you have bladder infection, or someone you know does. I had bladder problems to, with my kidneys. :( sad day. But, if the doctor prescribed you with antibiotics, I would say that it would heal if you followed the directions of how much you should take a day or hour and if you follow those directions, it should be healed as soon as your doctor takes you off the antibiotics. :) But Im no doctor so I am not sure. Just keep taking the pills. :) -MooMay17

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antibiotics is something you dont prescribe yourself. This is something for the doctor to see. In the first place a bladder infection has do be diagnosed. In the case you are just doing research for this I will give you the name of several antibiotics used for this condition.

Amoxicillin or Augmentin


Doxycycline (should not be used under age 8)


Sulfa drugs (sulfonamides)


Quinolones (should not be used in children)

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An uncomplicated urinary tract infection should have some lessening of symptoms within 72 hours of starting antibiotics; if it doesn't, you should call your health care provider to discuss continuing symptoms.

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2 to 3 days

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