Although UTIs can be easily treated with antibiotics, the prevention of UTIs or the avoidance of further infection is more important.
About 25% of women with acute cystitis develop recurrent UTIs. Most recurrent infections are from bacteria present in the faecal or periurethral reservoirs. Some strategies can be undertaken to reduce the risk of recurrent infections.
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