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morrillz
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Registered: ‎12-07-2013

Re: UTI in daughter

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Johnstown
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Re: UTI in daughter

Perhaps the antibiotics need to be stronger?  I have had reoccurring UTI's in the past over a long peroid of time.  It got worse with time...it was because the antibiotics I was prescribed were not working! I needed stronger ones, as my body was simply immune to those prescribed. If I would get an occasional UTI (which is rare these days) I would be sure to tell the doctor which antibiotic I am immune too.  

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preymantid
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Re: UTI in daughter

Try Mannose-D/ Cranberry you can get it at Pharmaca and Whole Foods to raise pH in your bladder system. Works great!
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zendyg1
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Re: UTI in daughter

Try to make her drink Coconut Juice
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heathclyne
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Re: UTI in daughter

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Providing your daughter isn't alergic to it, try getting her to eat more garlic, as it's a natural antibiotic. Buy some minced garlic and add a teaspoon or two to every meal you can it's best if it's kind of hidden in Mediterranean (Italian/Greek) or Asian dishes unless your daughter loves the taste of garlic then you can make things like garlic prawns with garlic bread.

 

A lot of illnesses are becoming antibiotic resistant because of overuse. As you may be aware most healthcare professionals are trying to avoid prescribing antibiotics for this very reason. Here's a link on it http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticles.nsf/pages/Antibiotic_resistant_bacteria feel free to google 'antibiotic resistance' yourself.

 

Also here's a link regarding the awesome health benefits of eating garlic http://www.garlic-central.com/garlic-health.html

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tonya.mayfield
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Registered: ‎07-16-2013

Re: UTI in daughter

Thank you...definitely something to try! I do think she has become resistant to her meds. The urologist has told us not to let the pediatrician put her on anymore! Thanks!
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tonya.mayfield
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Registered: ‎07-16-2013

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Thank you...I'm not a fan of coconut but maybe she will! Thanks!
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