Can Bacterial Sinus Infection Go Away Without Antibiotics?

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Alternative Names

Uncomplicated urinary tract infection; UTI - acute; Acute bladder infection; Acute bacterial cystitis


Treatment

Antibiotics taken by mouth are usually recommended because there is a risk that the infection can spread to the kidneys.

  • For a simple bladder infection, you will take antibiotics for 3 days (women) or 7 - 14 days (men). For a bladder infection with complications such as pregnancy or diabetes, OR a mild kidney infection, you will usually...
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