Wear loose-fitting clothing Consider having children wear cotton underwear and loose-fitting clothes so air can keep the area around the urethra dry. Children older than 2 months usually take an antibiotic by mouth—as a liquid or as a chewable tablet. Avoid constipation Hard stools can press against the urinary tract and block the flow of urine, allowing bacteria to grow. Caregivers should change diapers often for infants and toddlers, and should clean the genital area well. The muscles that control urination may be out of sync. Bacteria can grow and cause an infection when urine stays in the bladder too long.
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