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Non-antibiotic options for recurrent urinary tract infections in women

07:30 EST 23 Nov 2017 | British Medical Journal

What you need to knowAfter treating the acute infection, low dose antibiotics given for 6-12 months are the most evidence based preventive measure for recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) in...

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