2 Feb 2010
Yes, if the bacteria which caused your urinary tract infections is sensitive to Ampicillin and does not produce beta-lactamases. I think you should ask your doctor to pass some clinical test to determine which bacteria caused the infection. The are known a lot of medications used for urogenital infections. The choice of a certain antibiotic depends if the microorganisms are sensitive to it
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