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Had UTI last 3 months, Urine Culture then found Escherichia coli, now Klebsiella bacteria. How to prevent it ?

I am suffering from UTI last 3 months. Last time when I have done Urine Culture then bacteria found Escherichia coli at that time i have blood in urine after medication and complete course of antibiotic i have again done urine culture test and now report is Klebsiella bacteria. Please suggest what should i do to prevent this type of bacteria. I am 32 years old and just 9 month married women.
Asked On : Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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Hi thanks for your question.
There are various ways to prevent UTI
Some of them are;
Take plenty of water daily
Take shower instead of bath.
Wipe from foward to backward after toilet
Refrain from douches and medicated femine spray.
Take plenty of vitamin C
Alyaws wash genitalia before and after sex..
These are some of ways to prevent urinary tract infections .
Answered: Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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