Can taking an antibiotic cause a urinary tract infection in a child?

Answer Generally not - because the antibiotic would be 'dismantling' the microbes causing the UTI (urinary tract infection).However, an antibiotic may cause vulvar irritation that may lead to symptoms of ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Can taking an antibiotic cause a urinary tract ...

Is an antibiotic for a urinary tract infection safe while breastfeeding?

On One Hand: Use of antibioticsAccording to the American Academy of Pediatric's Committee on Drugs, the antobiotics trimethoprim, ciprofloxacin, ofloxacin and amoxicillin can be used safely to trea... Read More »

What is the best treatment for urinary track infection without taking a prescription antibiotic?

This is what you do for UTI during pregnancy [I did it myself]:Take 5,000 mg of Ascorbic Acid (vitamin C, the cheap kind. Other forms of vitamin C won't work for this, it has to be Ascorbic Acid) ... Read More »

Can a urinary tract infection cause a yeast infection?

On One Hand: Not a Cause of Yeast InfectionsAccording to The Partnership for Women's Health at Columbia University, yeast infections may occur as a result of diarrhea that is sometimes a side effec... Read More »

Is a urinary tract infection the same as a bladder infection?

On One Hand: There is More to a Urinary Tract Than a BladderEvery bladder infection can fairly be categorized as a urinary tract infection, although not every urinary tract infection is a bladder i... Read More »