The Use Of Antibiotics For Sufferers Of Urinary Tract Infections?
Hello Doctor. What antibiotics are suitable for UTI sufferers ?. But, patients have heart disease problems. And how to drink it per day ?. Thank you doctor
Antibiotics are a class of drugs that are useful for treating infections or preventing bacterial infections. Although useful, the use of antibiotics must be adjusted to the recommended use because it has a variety of serious side effects, namely:
Severe allergic reactions, anaphylaxis until death
Germs become resistant (immune)
Due to the severe side effects, antibiotics are prescription drugs that must be obtained after being examined by a doctor, especially if the person has a accompanying medical condition. Generally, the doctor will first check the patient's urine (urinalysis) or bacterial culture to make sure there is a urinary tract infection. If there is indeed a urinary tract infection then the doctor will prescribe antibiotics that are appropriate to the sensitivity of germs. Generally the antibiotics used to treat urinary tract infections are ciprofloxacin or cefixime.
We recommend that you or your relatives first check with your doctor if you feel you have a urinary tract infection because the condition may not be caused by a urinary tract infection but because of other medical conditions with similar symptoms, for example urinary tract stones or irritation of the urinary tract.
In addition to treatment, here are a few suggestions to help reduce complaints:
Maintain cleanliness around the urinary tract specifically
Consumption of enough water
Don't hold back urination
May be useful,