Frequent, recurrent urinary tract infections may be treated with one of the following treatment regimines:
- A six month (or longer) course of low dose antibiotic (TMP/SMZ or nitrofurantoin) therapy. This therapy has been shown to be effective with causing serious side effects.
- A single dose of antibiotic taken immediately after sexual intercouse.
- Using antibiotics for one to two days as soon as UTI symptoms begin.
Source:The National Women's Health Information Center (NHWIC)