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Bacteria that cause UTI are divided into two main classes: gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria. Gram-negative bacteria have an outer cell membrane while gram-positive bacteria don’t.
What are the best antibiotics for your urinary tract infection (UTI)? When you are sick with a UTI, you need a quick and effective treatment
Written by Anastasia Visotsky, medically reviewed by Dr. Ogunyemi Personally, I have taken Cephalexin to treat my UTIs twice; sat other times I was prescribed
It’s no fun to deal with chronic UTIs, especially if the only solution you know is to take a low dose of antibiotics indefinitely. While
Bladder health supplements could play an important role in helping you treat and prevent urinary tract infections. In this post, I will review the most
Dr. Sahil Khanna doesn’t treat UTIs— he is a gastroenterologist with Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minnesota. However, gut health plays a crucial role in UTI
To summarize: you vagina prefers grey cheap toilet paper, while your anus needs something soft and gentle. Bidet and wet wipes are compromised, too. Oh,