Recurring Urinary Tract Infection

Be assured that you are not alone when you experience having a urinary tract infection (UTI). Many women have experienced a urinary tract infection at some point in their life. Most UTIs can be treated with antibiotics and vanish quickly, however, sometimes these infections recur again and again. When this happens, it’s called a recurrent UTI.

How do I know if I have a Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection?

If you have had 2 or more Urinary Tract Infections within 6 months, this may be a signal that you have Recurrent UTIs.

How did I get Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection?

Several causes could contribute to recurrent UTIs such as having kidney or bladder stones, bacteria entering the urethra during sexual intercourse, estrogen level variations during menopause, an abnormal urinary tract shape or functionality, and/or a genetic disposition to UTIs.

What are the treatments for Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection?

Dr. Padron and Dr. Alvarez are ready to provide you with some serious relief. We understand that just one UTI can destroy your week, but recurrent UTIs are just unbearable and we have several treatments that will get you back into that little black dress or running that 5k or whatever it is that makes you, you.

We offer treatments such as antibiotics as well as vaginal estrogen therapy, which you are eligible for if you have already gone through menopause and you don’t take oral estrogen.