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Does azo work for men?

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Can I take azo with antibiotics? It is important to keep in mind that Azo does not have any antibacterial properties and will need to be taken with an antibiotic in the case of a bladder infection. As this medication concentrates in the urine, it should not be used those with kidney impairment as it can accumulate in these patients.

Can you take azo everyday? How to use Azo. Take this medication by mouth, usually 3 times daily after meals or as directed by your doctor. If you are taking this medication along with antibiotics for symptoms related to a urinary tract infection, or are self-treating, do not take it for more than 2 days without talking to your doctor.

Does azo clean your urine? Since Azo pills are used to cleanse the urine to deal with urinary tract infection it could actually help in speeding up toxin removal and making sure your urine is clean. This means that when you are tested you will have clean urine.

How long can you take azo for? Do not use AZO Urinary Pain Relief for longer than 2 days unless your doctor has told you to. This medication can cause unusual results with urine tests. Tell any doctor who treats you that you are using AZO Urinary Pain Relief.

Will azo cure an uti?

Will azo cure an uti? No. The only clinically proven cure for a UTI is a prescription antibiotic. AZO Urinary Pain Relief will only provide fast temporary UTI relief from pain, burning and urgency.

How long does azo take to work? Unlike general pain relievers, it directly targets the site of discomfort—your urinary tract—helping it to work quickly. Once you take AZO Urinary Pain Relief® Maximum Strength, you could find the relief you need in as little as 20 minutes.

Can phenazopyridine be taken with antibiotics? Phenazopyridine is prescribed for its local analgesic effects on the urinary tract. It is sometimes used in conjunction with an antibiotic or other anti-infective medication at the beginning of treatment to help provide immediate symptomatic relief. Phenazopyridine does not treat infections or injury; it is only used for symptom relief.

Can you take pain medication with antibiotics? Of course you can take antibiotics without pain killers. Antibiotics are for fighting infections caused by bacteria. Pain killers reduce the pain. There is no relation between taking antibiotics and pain killers. You must take probiotics with antibiotics.