Medical treatment of UTI
If natural remedies fail and there is no improvement in a few days, it is important to seek medical attention. Antibiotics are usually the first-line treatment for urinary tract infections given along with urine alkalizers. The type of antibiotics prescribed depends on the health condition and the type of bacteria found in the urine of the patient. Drinking plenty of fluids, having a healthy diet and maintaining hygiene are also advised along with medication.
Drugs commonly recommended for simple UTIs include
For a severe UTI, the treatment may include intravenous antibiotics in a hospital.