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Klebsiella spa UTI
Hi Doc, My sis infected with UTI since one months . Culture report says Klebsiella spa bacteria. It takes longer time to cure?.Pls inform. She is taking antibiotics Nitrofurantoin
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Hello, She should continue with the prescribed antibiotic medicine and drink lots of water to get relief from the infection.
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Hi her treatment is on right tract complete the course n get urine routine done again, also if required culture too.
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continue antibiotics for 7-10 days and drink plenty of fluids
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continue antibiotics and plenty of fluids.
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I assume that report says that klebsiella is sensitive to nitrofurantoin. Just continue medications for 10 days. Drink 3 or more lit of water everyday.
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