I have an aunt who for the past year has recurring urinary tract infection and her son has her treated only with antibiotic pills and injections. I am concerned and feel that there are other ways to help prevent the infections. She wipes herself back to front and i feel a caregiver can then assist her to wipe herself properly and then make sure she is clean. sometimes she has bowel movements very late at night and there is no one to make sure she is clean. One question is, how long does it take for a woman of 94 to get fecal induced urinary tract infections? And what are some hands on things a caregiver can do to prevent urinary tract infections? e.i sithz baths, frequents baths, bidets?