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    How long do urinary tract infections usually last?

    When will my urinary tract infection go away?? I am going on holiday in 5 days and am praying that this will not affect my trip!!
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    Single urinary tract infections often can be treated within two to three days, if the correct antibiotic is used. Those urinary tract infections are infections that affect the bladder. Complex urinary infections that involve the kidneys tend to last longer than that and can last up to five days, and some of those infections need to be treated in hospital with intravenous antibiotic therapy.

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