Harvard Women's Health Watch

When urinary tract infections keep coming back

Low-dose antibiotics can help women who are prone to UTIs. They can be used after sex, only when symptoms occur, or continuously. Drinking cranberry juice, wiping front to back, voiding before and after sex, and avoiding spermicide contraceptives may help.
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