It’s unlikely that allergic reactions are likely to cause urine infections. Have a culture and sensitivity test done to find out the correct antibiotic that the infecting organism is sensitive to and taking this medication for the required amount of days may help to clear urinary tract infection.
thank you for replying...unfortunately i asked for my 8yrs old niece..she's the one with these symptoms..we did go to CHEO for tests & we are waiting for results but in the meanwhile she's still suffering...i just want to help her out poor baby :-( got any idea what else it could be???
The ammonia breath as described by you, sometimes occurs in kidney diseases, when it is described as urinous or fishy breath. She could be having congenital abnormalities of the urinary tract, these people are more prone for urinary tract infections. Have her evaluated for the same.
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