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Do Kidney Stones Causes Recurring UTI?

Have an urinary tract infection, citrobacter koseri and currently on Cipro. About a month ago, had UTI which was e coli. Also have known kidney stones in left kidney for several years. Any relation to my repeated UTI and what causes citrobacter koseri bacteria.
Tue, 14 Apr 2015
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I really appreciate your concern, if this is UTI and it is due to some organism then this need to be treated properly according to culture sensitivity test this is the ideal way else this is nothing to take anything with the test and medicine that you are taking, certain organism are responsible for this, this may be exogenous or endogenous in origin some time difficult to find out in your case this could be due to renal calculus, hope this information helps, take care.
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Do Kidney Stones Causes Recurring UTI?

HI Well come to HCM I really appreciate your concern, if this is UTI and it is due to some organism then this need to be treated properly according to culture sensitivity test this is the ideal way else this is nothing to take anything with the test and medicine that you are taking, certain organism are responsible for this, this may be exogenous or endogenous in origin some time difficult to find out in your case this could be due to renal calculus, hope this information helps, take care.