Most urinary tract infections will improve with appropriate antibiotics and should have no long-term consequences.
Medically reviewed by Michael Wolff, MD; American Board of Urology
American Family Physician 65.8 Apr. 15, 2002: 1589-1596.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 9/3/2015
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