It can take time to find the right treatment to successfully reduce symptoms and clear a persistent urinary tract infection.
How are UTI infections conventionally treated?
Current treatment offered for recurrent and chronic infections include:
- High-dose oral antibiotics
- Instillation of antibiotics directly into the bladder
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- Hiprex a urinary antiseptic
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There is no single route that treats all. Other health issues have to be taken into account. The length of treatment will vary between person to person. Each chronic UTI sufferer is unique due to their age, genetics, health load and circumstances.
There are no short cuts in treatment, it will require a commitment from you and an understanding that this could take as long as is necessary to regain your health.
No time frame can be given by specialists but the right diagnosis and treatment is helping people reclaim their lives.