Can I used ampicillin as medicine to treat my urinary tract infections?

Question is Closed Report Mark as Favorite

Answers (1)

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

Votes: +1

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar questions

Was there ever a powder medication that was used to treat urinary tract infections?

I remember being treated with a this so called powder medication vaginally as a child.

1 answer 15 Feb 2010

Methenamine - REPEATED URINARY TRACT INFECTION'S?

I have been reading the testimonials on methenamine hippurate. Everyone say's they have been on it for years are they taking 2 tablets 365 ...

1 answer 23 May 2013

Prevention of Bladder infection - Are there any members who have Chronic urinary tract infection?

I have been prescribed methenamine after other antibiotics failed to hold off the urinary tract infections. I have been using this drug for one year ...

3 answers 29 Jul 2013

Urinary Tract Infection - ER Dr told me I had a uti which I thought was a yeast infection and had?

... treated it twice with OTC one day doses. He prescribed cephalexin 500mg three times a day- I took one pill tues night, 3 wed and thurs and now ...

1 answer 7 days ago