Which antibiotics can treat a UTI due to Streptococcus?


Has anybody here dealt with a UTI caused by Streptococcus bacteria? What antibiotics did you get and how did you treat it? D-Mannose won't really touch it since it’s a gram positive bacteria. Thanks for any input!

jamaalclark replied 1 week ago

Try monolaurin. I took 6 a day for staphylococcus. And a Clive or two of raw garlic in the morning with breakfast and again with dinner

rosan_anthony replied 1 week ago

My Dr put me on Macrobid for my uti

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