No. Not sure from your question how you intend to use the baking soda, or why you believe that this is a good appraoch to the problem. the right answer for internal infections is almost always antibiotics following a trip to a physician, PA or NP. Chronic urinary tract infections (UTIs) can be suppressed with a number of approaches. Not treating UTIs can lead to kidney damage and scarring of the kidney nephrons leading to decreased function.
Bottom line, be very cautious with "internet cures" and advice of non-health professionals when dealing with serious subjects like infections.
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