How Long To Take Rowatinex

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Lina Says:
Yesterday I took 1 tablet of bactrim for an UTI. For the next 6 hours I did not feel better, so I took 1 Rowatinex capsule. I woke up this morning symptoms free.
Do I need to continue Rowatinex? For how long?

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Verwon Says:
Bactrim is an antibiotic and just one tablet can't be expected to completely cure an infection and eradicate the bacteria that has caused it. They do not work like that.

There are some antibiotics that only require one dose to be taken, but this isn't one of them.

You can learn more Bactrim details here.

And I have no information to provide on the Rowatinex, because it is an over the counter supplement that's used for kidney health and kidney stones. It is not actually promoted to help with UTIs.

My best guess in this scenario is that this person may have been self treating and self diagnosing, so they likely didn't have a UTI, but this is just a guess. If the issue was being caused by a stone in the kidney, it moving away from blocking it, or being expelled would explain the sudden cessation of symptoms.

And that isn't something that an antibiotic would treat, anyway.

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Krish Says:
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How long would a 2cm kidney stone desolve with rowatinex.

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