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So basically I’ve had 3 water infections in the last 2 months and I’ve been tested for everything and everything has come back clear does anyone know what this could be or how I can help this (
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You may need a longer course af antibiotics, rather than the short course prescribed. Discuss with you practice nurse
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So basically I’ve had 3 water infections in the last 2 months and I’ve been tested for everything and everything has come back clear does anyone know what this could be or how I can help this (
If your tests are all negative each time them there's nothing to worry about because your doctor would have assured you on this matter.

Water infections can happen when you are not drinking enough water each day to keep your body system clear, it is lack of fluids and what foods that you are eating and they both conbime before leaving the body decide to empty any thing it doesn't want.
You are supposed to drink a minimum of 3 litres of water per day to stop you from dehadradehy ok. Hope this helps you
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