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Reports on natural remedies for UTIs vary; while WebMD says UTIs often go away on their own without treatment and that cranberries have not been proven to cure infections, Mercola states that the natural sugar D-Mannose ... More »

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Doctors prescribe Macrobid, Bactrim, Cipro, Augmentin and Levaquin for the treatment of a urinary tract infection, or UTI, reports Everyday Health. The antibiotic the prescribing physician deems best for the patient depe... More »

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Urinary tract infection symptoms in women include pelvic pain, pain during urination and frequent urination that produces only small amounts of urine, according to Mayo Clinic. Urine may have a strong odor and appear clo... More »

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