Drinking more water is one way to speed up recovery from a urinary tract infection. A physician will likely instruct a patient do this in addition to taking prescribed antibiotics. Drinking water increases urination, which flushes out harmful bacteria. Drinking water may also reduce pain during urination because it dilutes the urine. Regardless of other remedies, increasing water intake is a vital step in curing a UTI.
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