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E coli is the bacteria that is the most common cause of urinary tract
infections. It accounts for close to 90% of cases of urinary tract infections.
Cefdinir is normally used treat respiratory tract
, ear infections, sinusitis
) but it is thought that it may also be effective against e coli.
You can use if a complete course is available to you.
Normally there should be some improvement within the first 2 days with continued improvement as the course is completed.
If you do not notice a response it may be either that the bacteria causing the infection is not sensitive (reacting) to this antibiotic.
Your doctor may then send a repeat urine analysis to the lab for them to check which antibiotics would work best and change to one of these.
Continue with the cranberry juice.
I hope this helps,feel free to ask any other questions