Management of Recurrent UTI in Non-Pregnant Adult Females

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Pregnant women, men, children and catheterised patients should not be on long term antibiotics for UTI prophylaxis, except under the specific direction of an appropriate specialist.

For guidance on management of recurrent UTI in non-pregnant adult females, including criteria for starting and reviewing long-term prophylactic antimicrobials, see the following document:

Management of Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) in Adults (≥ 16 years) in NHS Ayrshire & Arran

 The full guideline text can be accessed from the desktop version by following the link above or on the Athena "Antimicrobial Guidelines and Information" page.