Means against infection
Fortunately, for the vast majority of women, urinary tract infection is easily diagnosed and easily cured. Antibiotics are usually prescribed, such as amoxicillin (amoxicillin).
“In 80-90 percent of cases of urinary tract infections, a single dose of antibiotic from one to four tablets per dose is enough to get rid of the infection and relieve symptoms, especially at the first, single manifestation of the disease, says Dr. Whitemore. Most doctors nevertheless prescribe a three-day or five-day course to ensure a cure. This is much less than we used to prescribe, but enough to avoid the likely complications of indigestion, the addition of a fungal infection.
If infection occurred during pregnancy, it is still possible to be treated, but only with certain antibiotics that are known to be safe for the growing fetus, Dr. Whitemore stresses. If not treated, then in 40 cases out of 100 a woman has an infectious kidney disease in the last third of the pregnancy. ”