UTI infections

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I want to tell anyone suffering from recurrent UTI's to look at the new vaccine info for UTI's called Uronome and if not Prof Malone-Lees methods. There are two American helpful sites aswell. I also want anyone suffering with recurrent UTI's to look at all the sites on the internet that might help. There are many if them. As far as I can see, it is partly the question of unhelpful testing for a UTI in the first place for a significant number of patients.

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    Hi Nicola, just wondering if you have seen Prof Malone Lee and if you can recommend him? 
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      Hi there,

      Nicola is right. I’ve been under the professor for 2 years now. Tried uromune, was so excited, but it didn’t work for me and it was very expensive. There really is no quick fix for people like myself with embedded infection. It hides behind a bio film. I have been on major antibiotics now for over 2 years. Like Nicola said, if the treated people’s infection correctly sat the beginning, it would not get embedded. Professor Malone Lee is fantastic, but you have to pay to see him at Harley Street. 

      Good Luck to all of you.

      Keep me posted Ladies. Xx

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    I totally agree with you about the professor. He is amazing. Can you message me privately please Nicola to tell me the US websites, as they are so pedantic on here and will probably be deleted. Thanks again. 


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    Hello, I'm a patient of Professor Malone-Lee's as well.  I travelled from Australia to see him. Like Nicola says, UTI testing is a big part of the problem and just because a dipstick and/or MSU culture comes back negative, it doesn't mean you don't have a UTI.  Symptoms are the most reliable way to properly diagnose a UTI but doctors have become so reliant on the tests that they now ignore symptoms. There are lots of research papers that show these diagnostic tests are insensitive.   There are some good websites around these days that give lots of information about chronic infection and the research behind this. 

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