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Hi, my daughter has cystitis, caused by Enterococcus Faecalis. She frequently urinates, suffers pain , chills and bacteriuria. She is treating it now with antibiotic Noroxin. How pathogen is Enterococcus Faecalis?

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Enterococcus Faecalis is common to find in human alimentary tract and could induce some life-threatening infections. It is found in polluted water, food, in cases of poor hygiene in preparing food or inadequate conditions for food storage (keeping food out of fridge). It can cause cystitis (urinary tract infection) and Noroxin (norfloxacin) and other fluoroquinolones are medicines of first choice to treat it. Prepare her a lot of bearberry tea; she can drink a lot of it. Other herbal remedies like cranberry shows to be very effective in eliminating bacteria out of urinary tract. She should take antibiotics even after the symptoms disappear, in order to eradicate bacteria and prevent possible comeback.
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