Treatment of bacterial urinary tract infection by Folliculinum: A case series
Author(s): Dr. Afiya Alloor, Dr. Mansoor Ali KR and Dr. Maya BJ
Although many different organisms can cause urinary tract infections (UTIs), Escherichia coli is the one that causes them most frequently. It commonly affects women, elderly people, and also children. It may be because so many infections are resistant to treatment or go unreported, yet treating UTIs has recently become a serious public health concern. There is pertinent research that evaluates how well Folliculinum treats urinary tract infections.
We administered Folliculinum as a specific for urinary tract infection following a thorough case taking, clinical examination, and investigation. Within 2 months of treatment, all symptoms were alleviated, and in the subsequent 6 consecutive months of follow-up, we discovered that there had been no recurrence. Clinical and pathological documentation of the patient's condition and post-treatment progress is available. We are unable to determine whether the study was effective because it was conducted in a small population, but a large-scale carefully planned controlled trial is necessary. For the establishment of useful data for the mentioned drug, more high-quality clinical tests are required.