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Urinary tract infection

I was once diagnosed with UTI a year back and now also recently few months back again. In both the cases i took a strong anitbiotic for the issue. Recently again i seem to be getting similar issue and i want to avoid taking antibiotics. Can i instead take the alkalating syrups for this problem?
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Dr. Veena Vidyasagar
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You should get Urine routine examination done to confirm whether UTI is there or not. If it is, then only antibiotics should be started after giving sample for Urine culture. Then antibiotics can be changed as per the culture report. If UTI is present, only alkylating agents would not suffice.
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