What Could Be Done To Prevent Urinary Bladder Infections?


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BEN GREGO answered
For years I've heard that if you keep your system alkalized, it can help with this sort of thing...first off, check the web for 'alkaline-acid foods' and this will get you off to a good start.....Alkaline foods should be 80% of our diets, acid foods, 20%....but aside from that, you can drink about a 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda 2 or 3 times a day, sipping it, not chugging it!! - to  help keep your blood alkaline...also, & surprisingly, citrus juices are acid but BECOME alkaline in our bodies...look it up!!
So you could just as well sip a 1/2 cup of a citrus juice....the best? RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT JUICE! has less sugars and MORE antioxidants.
So the secret is keeping the blood stream more alkaline than acid.....and try to eat more of the alkaline-forming foods...sure better than a darn prescription!
There's an old French saying..."You're either going to pay the pharmacist or the grocer'...see???
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Mehreen Misbah answered
Usually doctors prescribe specific antibiotics to those patients who are suffering from urinary bladder infections (in female cases). Although these antibiotics help for an ephemeral while, they become ineffective in the long run. The first thing that needs to be done is check the culture of the urine to find out what antibiotic is the bacteria (that is present in the urinary tract) susceptible to.

Moreover women after intercourse should always urinate in order to flush the impurities of bacteria from their body. In some cases, antibiotics are given by doctors in order to prompt the treatment as quickly as possible to get rid of it at the earliest possible convenience. Also fluids should be consumed in abundance by all the women who are susceptible of this bacterial infection. An antibiotic called nitrofurantoin to put a surcease to the production of bacteria. Cranberry juice is also very useful to help women health who are susceptible of some urinary bladder infections.

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