...for you daughter's condition. I didn't mean to stress you out further.
I couldn't tell from your original post that the condition had to do with a physical, congenital abnormality.
I was operating on a hunch that proved wrong that I think affects many newborns, though it would be impossible to track down and identify given the impossiblity of doing a study.
I have noticed what could be an epidemic of kidney malfunction (not the type you describe) in infants and children just from my reading of recent literature.
I am convinced that when infants are given so many vaxes in the first months of life-- especially the hep B on the VERY FIRST DAY, their developing kidneys cannot always handle the toxins in these injections. Thus kidney damage.
I assumed also that this UTI was due to early-on antibiotics that the peds just didn't want to stop giving. My experience with the bacterial vaginosis that was causing my wife's miscarriages was my trigger. The Medical System can't cure them, so they just keep pumping the antibiotics.
I cured them by giving my wife a simple yogurt douche.
Do you give her the probiotics when she is nursing?
Breastmilk is the best food for them. Since stopping the antibiotics (and yes this was my original intention-- thus my "negativity") is not an option, of course you should continue the probiotics.
Theoretically, and this is something I've never seen covered in any research, if constant antibiotics results in super-bad bacterium, then if there is a steady stream of probiotics, it seems reasonable that they would undergo the same evolutionary process. It's just a hunch.
Since, really, with your daughter there is a straight, accessible path from her vagina to the kidney's you might think of culturing the jarrow and using it as a douche as I did for my wife.
If little girls are anything like my 2-year old son, they can't leave their genitals alone, and of course in the female case this does promote the wrong bacteria getting access to the kidneys via the urethra.
If you get a chance read "The Power of Probiotics" thread here. These beneficial bacteria protect ALL of our mucosal systems---they also are absolutely necessary for the functioning of the immune system-- 70% of which is in the GI tract.
here's a starter:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/q...&dopt=Abstract
"I have also exclusively breastfed her... even at almost 11 months old she rarely even its solids and when she does its organic. I'm hoping to continue with the breastfeeding as long as possible (hope she'll go till 2 years) to continue to boost her immune system."
Since she so exclusively is reliant upon you for nutrition, you should also boost your intestinal flora. Sort of way to supercharge your breastmilk with nutrients and do a little pre-detox of anything that shouldn't be going through to her. For example, mercury can be transformed in YOUR gut (even organic vegetable can have excessive mercury from heavily laden rain-- here in NC the rain test at three times the EPA level) to an inorganic form that is excreted by you and not passed on to your daughter. This is just one example. Though I have not seen the studies yet I have a hunch that other envrionmental toxins are kept from being absorbed by the good flora acting as gatekeepers in the digestive process.
This would ease the burden on her flora.
Does she eat bananas or any fruit? Bananas have inulin-- a fiber which promotes probiotic health.
Digestive enzymes might be something to enhance in her system as well-- and would allow for a very healthy drink. I make a smoothie of organic strawberries, bananas, sometimes kiwis, mangos and papayas (hard to get as organic but they don't have heavy pesticide load based on what I've read).http://www.isismedica.com/contaminated%20vegetables.htm
Papayas especially have enzymes ,and you could add pineapple (enzymes as well) if you want.
My son has had this mixed with yogurt from about six months. Not alot but regularly.
Again, I misjudged, I apologize for any additional stress.
Good luck and God Bless,