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Urine infection

I am 22 yrs old nsexually active. i am suffering from repeating urine infection from past 2 months. I have isited doctor so many times everytime they give me some medicines n after that the problem wilk repeat again. Please help me with this and suggesr me a treatment to get rid of this problem.
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Dr. Sarika Dahiphale Pune | Infertility Specialist
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You and your partner both need treatment... Kindly go for proper investigation also...
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Dr. Laxman G. Jonwal Mumbai | General Physician
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Hello There,
Probable causes of Chronic and representative - relapse infection may be:-
1) Poor Immunity
2) Weak inner layer( Skin)
3) Poor Healing
4) Allergy
5) Infection in near by organs
6) Renal - Kidney stone
7) Poor or Imperfect hygiene
8) Weakness
9) Unhealthy Lifestyle
10 Unhealthy food.
For correct diagnosis do these tests:-
1) Digital USG Whole Abdomen and pelvis
2) Digital X-Ray KUB
3) CBC ESR
4) Blood Sugar Fasting and post lunch
5) Urine R and M
Consult Privately online-Telephone-Video or visit personally for proper management of diseases along with its root causes.
Dr Jonwals NAP Therapy Medicines treatment is ultimate solution for Chronic Degenerative disease.
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Have you done a urine test (RE/ME/CS)? Sometimes the bug causing the urine infection may not be sensitive to some of the antibiotics. Hence they have to be treated with the specific antibiotic they are sensitive to. The urine test will tell us which antibiotics the infection will respond to. Despite treating with appropriate antibiotics, if the infection is recurrent, you will need an ultrasound to check your kidneys, ureters and bladder, along with a post void USG. You may also benefit with a three month course of low dose antibiotics, after treating the primary infection. This course generally prevents recurrence.
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