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Is there any method that could deal with recurrent UTI effectively?

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are one of the most common bacterial infections among females. About 50% to 60% of females would have a UTI during their life time. Frequency or urgency urination, nocturia, suprapubic pain, and hematuria are typical symptoms of UTI. They could have great influence on people's normal life.
 
UTI is easy to reoccur, since the solutions are not that effective in most cases. Nearly 20% to 30% of females who have a UTI will have a reoccurrence. About 10% to 20% of females would get another UTI within several months. Within one year, there are 53% over 55 years old females and 36% younger females would get a reoccurrence. Women, who have three UTIs with three positive urine cultures within a 12-month period or two infections in the previous six months, are considered to have recurrent UTIs.
 
Recurrence UTI sometimes is led by the living habits that can lead to bladder infection but you haven’t paid attention to. However, in most cases, recurrence UTI is caused by incomplete treatment. Nowadays UTI is usually cured with antibiotics, and if the UTI reoccur, they just continue taking the antibiotics. This is the point that makes things worse.
 
Antibiotics for UTI are useful in some cases. However, antibiotics couldn't permeate into the root of UTI, it hard to eliminate all the symptoms of UTI completely. This is why the rate of UTI that is treated by antibiotics is so high.
 
And if you take one kind of antibiotic for a long time, your body would produce antibody to it. And then this kind of antibiotic is no longer useful for you. So that's why your symptoms disappear at first several days when you take the antibiotic, but later all the symptoms recur when you stop taking antibiotic. Thus the phenomenon would reoccur again and again, if there is no effective solution for it.
 
Recurrent UTI has bothered many individuals' normal, they are longing for an effective method that could solve this big trouble? So is there really any method that could deal with recurrent UTI effectively?
 
Fortunately, this answer is absolutely yes. Owing to years' hard work of traditional Chinese herbalists, they finally invent an effective herbal medicine diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill, which would cure UTI with low recurrence rate. And it is as safe as the vegetables we eat.
 
This pill is really a solution for  recurrent UTI. Prescriptions in this pill can clear away heat and toxic materials. It  can also help patients to get rid  of pain. Besides, other ingredients in the pill are able to promote blood circulation. Symptoms such as frequency or urgency urination, and nocturiacan could be relieved. What's more, it could permeate into the root of UTI where antibiotics couldn't reach, thus it could cure UTI completely from its root to avoid recurrent UTI.
 
 
 
 

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