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My daughter keeps having UTI's and Strep throat...they are as frequent as every other week now. Keeps being treated with antiobiotics...been going on for two years...always another infection. Is this common and how do we get it to stop and for her to be healthy?
There’s a possibility of her overall immunity being low resulting in recurrent infections which she’s having. She might be suffering from some disorder of decreased immunity. I’ll suggest consulting an immunologist for the same. Meanwhile, you should ensure that she takes a good, balanced diet, exercises regularly and gets a nice 8 hr sleep at night as these play a very important role in improving the immunity of the person. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
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