New Canadian guidelines will help improve treatment of RECURRENT urinary tract infections (UTIs) in women

New Canadian guidelines will help improve treatment of RECURRENT urinary tract infections (UTIs) in women.

About 25% of women with a history of a UTI have them recurrently. These are women who have at least 2 episodes within 6 months...or 3 or more positive urine cultures within 12 months.

Before starting prophylactic antibiotics, recommend a urine culture 1 to 2 weeks after an infection to rule out a relapse.

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