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Have recurrent urine and vaginal infection. Taking antibiotic. Tests and ultrasound clear. Any permanent cure?

i have recurrent urine and vaginal infection it s tough to tell what exactly is the problem as they are connected. It s been almost two years of fighting them, taking antibiotics every month almost. Have gone for all the tests and ultrasound . Everything is clear. Fail to understand the reasons and cure. I experience dryness and burning. Please advice a permanent cure. Will taking ecoflora tablet for a longer duration help? Please advice and suggest a suitable remedy and prevention. I drink so much water every day.
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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Hi. I would like to know your age. If you are not nearing menopause then you should get a scan done to see the cause of recurrent urine infection like cystitis, any calculus,urethritis and pelvic scan and a pap smear.Use of ecoflora, plenty of fluids and take antibiotic acc. to urine culture report for 7- 10 days and then continue half dose of it for 6 weeks. keep a good vaginal hygeine and use vaginal tablets once .also treat your partner.
If you are peri or menopausal, then you need estrogen replacement as its cure. Tjhanks.
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