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    Natural treatment for a UTI
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    nic14120 posted:
    I believe I may have yet another UTI. The only reason why I feel this way is my urine is starting to get a foul odor. This happened when I was a month post baby, and I didn't realize that is what it was. I have experienced about 4 UTI's in the last year, and all have taken antibiotics to clear them. I have also needed meds for a tooth infection recently, so going on about 5x (once when preggo) in the last year or so that I took antibiotics. I don't want to build an immunity to the meds, and risk stomach issues, so I am wondering if there are any other ways to clear this? How will I know if it has not resolved? I bought cranberry pills, so I will start taking them. I also usually have an orange a day. I try to drink a lot of water, but I can up that as well to help flush it out. Any other tips?
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