By Richard Sadovsky, MD

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Managing first-time and recurrent UTIs

With growing resistance due to empiric antibiotic use, what’s first-line therapy? Should asymptomatic women be treated? Our expert has the answers. One in five women will have a UTI during her lifetime, but even more astonishing is the recurrence rate. As many as 20% of women who have one episode will experience another, and up…

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