Chronic UTI is a poorly recognised condition with medical treatment guidelines and management presently only able to offer support for acute infections, leaving sufferers with lives significantly disrupted and often in chronic pain and distress. has been created for those struggling with these debilitating and isolating infections and it is hoped that the information provided will help you make informed choices through your own further research using the further reading sections at the bottom of most pages and in page links as well as in discussion with appropriately qualified practitioners. None of the information is prescriptive and there is no one treatment route that works for everyone. The key point is that your diagnosis and treatment should always be for a chronic infection rather than acute.

As a starting point, we would suggest you look at the Intro and Key Info pages which include information on testing and treatment options whether via allopathic or alternative medicine.  You may also be interested in:

How a chronic UTI develops – a research study

Managing Flares

Managing the anxiety and stress of an infection


Treating Thrush and Diagnosis

Success Stories




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