• Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) Treatment

  • Infections of the urinary tract are one of the most frequent reasons for treatment in daily practice. Most of the time, the conventional practitioner will prescribe antibiotics in treatment for UTI of the acute type.
  • In case of frequent UTI, a long regimen of broad-spectrum antibiotics is given.
  • If the infection is related to sexual activity, a single dose of antibiotic medication after sexual intercourse is advised.

Antibiotics generally disturb the normal bacterial flora of the digestive tract and give rise to indigestion, acidity, nausea, vomiting and loose stools. The normal bacterial organisms additionally perform the important task of producing a type of Vitamin K. And so, a prolonged course of antibiotics in treatment for UTI can disturb the clotting mechanism of blood.

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