Acido Nalidixico Fenazopiridina - Does It Get Rid Of Urinary Tract Infections?

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Dorit Arazi Says:


The doctor prescribed this medication for a urinary tract infection. Does it work to get rid of the infection? Shouldn't I be taking Bactrin rather than the medication that is in the title?
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Verwon Says:

Hi, Dorit!

No, the first part of the medication in the title is Nalidixic Acid, which is a type of antibiotic that's used to treat or prevent infections.

Phenazopyridine is another ingredient that's used to alleviate the pain of the infection.

Side effects may include nausea, diarrhea, vomiting and discolored urine.

You can learn more Nalidixic Acid details here and there are more Phenazopyridine details here.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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