Can chronic UTI be linked with chronic dehydration?


Can chronic UTI and chronic dehydration be linked? Anyone else? Up from 1.5 liters to 3 liters of water per day.

carolmiddleton4 replied 2 weeks ago

I you have chronic dehydration, there must be a reason for that. There are quite a few hormones that regulate our hydration, so I think it might be a good idea to find out if you have some hormone disturbance, and if you can fix that, then UTI because dehydration, might even fix itself.

alfredapotter4 replied 2 weeks ago

To drink 3 liters of water / day should only be done in the acute phase of UTI. You don't need more than max 2,5 l/ day. I drank too much water as well, and the urologists told me that's not it a good idea. You also dilute all the necessary vitamins and minerals only to pee them out.

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