Dr. Raman Tanwar
MCH., MS., FELLOWSHIP IN ANDROLOGY ., FELLOWSHIP IN MEN'S HEALTH (UNIVERSITY OF NAPLES)., MBBS., (DIFF
Andrology, General Surgery, Urology
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Recurrent urinary tract infections are common in post and perimenopausal women.
You need to get a urine culture and routine investigation, so that culture guided antibiotics can be given.
In these cases plenty of fluids and urine alkalizer syrups are also very helpful to alleviate symptoms.
Application of an estrogen ointment around the urinary meatus can also be highly helpful.
Tablets of Ciprofloxacin in a dose of 500 mg can be a good empirical therapy. Consult your specialist doctor, discuss with him or her, get the urine culture done and take the appropriate tablet.
The Probable causes:
1. UTI.Investigations to be done:
Urine routine, microscopy and culture.Treatment plan:
Culture guided antibiotics.Regarding follow up:
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