my wife is suffering from uti since 10 days.. she is taking gatiquin 400 mg ... .. During intercourse she is experiencing very steep burning inside her vegina even now.. we use condom during intercourse. is it due to uti or due to some other problem.. kindly suggest possible solutions ...whether i should avoid intercourse.. when uti was detected she was having blood in urine, fever and frequent urination with burning.
bactrim is a good antibiotic for uti and has a generic on the 4 dollar list at walmart im going through a uti right now it does need treatment id get to a doc as soon as i could if i were her i also have irraitation during sex down there but im starting to get a little better since i got my antibiotics also but AZO over the counter at walmart its for uti symptoms and i got the generic bactrim 4 dollars at walmart pharmacy were i also work
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