Urine infections are common in women and can be treated with 5 to 10 ays course of antibiotics. if you have not responded there can be many reasons. confirm diagnosis with help of urine routine and urine culture test to see if any pus cells are there and any what antibiotic is going to be effective in your case. presence of diabetes
, blockage to flow of urine are other factors which need to be ruled out. as far as your question weather infectin has gone to the kidneys ( pyelonephritis
). this is suggested if you have back pain
, high fever
, incease in blood tests of TLC and serum creatinine
. in which case treatment with injectable medicines controls the situation better.
hope this helps