An Overview to Bladder Infection Treatment
infection treatment involves the use of antibiotics to kill the bacteria
and prevent the infection from spreading to other areas of the urinary
tract system. Bladder infection treatment for women is usually short-term
which involves prescription of antibiotics for three days. Bladder infection
treatment for men requires seven to ten days of oral antibiotics, as
men do not respond well to the short-term medications.
Bladder infection treatment in elderly people should also be taken due care due to the greater chances of fatal complications. Some of the antibiotics commonly used in a bladder infection treatment include Nitrofurantoin, Cephalosporins, Sulfa drugs, and Amoxicillin.Some of the other antibiotics commonly used in a bladder infection treatment include Trimethoprim sulfamethoxazole, Doxycycline, and Quinolones.The medicine Doxycycline used for bladder infection treatment should not be prescribed for children less than eight years old.
The medicine Quinolones used for bladder infection treatment should not be prescribed for children. Bladder infection treatment involves the prescription of antibiotics for a long period of time or in some cases stronger antibiotics for single, uncomplicated episodes of bladder infections. Bladder infection treatment may involve the use of low-dose antibiotics on a daily basis prevent urinary tract infections, if one gets frequent infections. Phenazopyridine hydrochloride is one of the medications used as part of bladder infection treatment, which helps reduce the burning and urgency associated with bladder infections.
: All the
material contained on this page is been just provided for educational and
informational purposes only and not intended to any type of consultation.
Please consult with your physician or appropriate healthcare personal for
any kind of opinions or recommendations with respect to your symptoms or
medical condition. The author is not responsible to any person or entity
with respect to any kind of damage, loss, or injuries, caused or alleged
to be caused directly or indirectly by the information contained in this
report. Also, the logos, trademarks, and brand names, if any, depicted on
this site are exclusive property of their respective companies.
© 2004 - 2019 - All Rights Reserved.
Copyright - © 2004 - 2019 - All Rights Reserved.