I had asked for some further information and have not heard back.
There are several aspects to consider in this situation.
There are certain chronic medical problems or medicines that can increase the risk for UTIs, which is why I asked for that information. There also are certain anatomic conditions that can contribute to UTIs.
Without that information, there are some general interventions that may be considered. In particular, there are 2 home interventions that can be tried. There is some evidence that drinking cranberry juice on a daily basis can reduce the risk for UTIs. There also is a supplement, D-mannose, that can help prevent UTIs in some women.
Other general interventions include using antibiotics as a preventive treatment. In post-menopausal women, using low-dose or intermittent estrogen vaginal cream may also be an option, although other medical conditions also would affect decision-making about the use of estrogens.
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