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Recurrent urinary tract infections

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Recurrent urinary tract infections is defined as 3 or more episodes of urinary tract infection during a 12 month period (1).

It may be necessary for some patients to be on long-term low dose therapy in order to prevent recurrence of infection.

Trimethoprim and nitrofurantoin have been indicated for long term use in these instances.

Other factors should be considered (see linked options).


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