ABOUT THE CONDITION
A recurrent UTI is officially defined as three episodes in the previous 12 months or two episodes within the previous 6 months. It is generally accepted that recurrent UTIs occur due to either reinfection or persistent infection.
- Postcoital, daily prophylactic or as needed antibiotic therapy
- Specialized probiotics and other oral infection deterrents
- Traditional culture and sensitivity testing as well as molecular testing
- 24/7 accessibility to the doctor or nurse practitioner
- Home testing FedExed to your home (at no out of pocket expense to you)
- Hormonal Therapy
- Mona Lisa Touch Therapy
Check out Dr. South’s Podcast on Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections!