Overcoming Bladder Infections Naturally

Urinary bladder infection (UTI)is the most common infection in adults, mostly in females, which can lead to further serious problems like kidney damage,if not treated right away.So it is very important that you know its underlying causes and take preventive steps ahead of time naturally.

Below given are some relevant details on this issue.

Main symptoms of bladder infection

  • A burning sensation when urinating
  • Frequent urge to urinate.
  • Passing only small amounts of urine at a time despite the urge to urinate.
  • Urine that is cloudy or bloody with a strong, foul odor.
  • Bladder spasm.

Main causes of the infection?

  • Most bladder infections are caused by the bacteria that live in the gut. Sometimes thebacteria make their way to the bladder through the urethra, thus making it infected.
  • The urinary tracts change and increased kidney function during pregnancy also are the reasons.
  • Even the use of diaphragms and spermicides with or without condoms can increase the risk of urinary tract infections.

If you notice any of these symptoms, make sure you consult your doctor right away.

Tips and guidelines:

  1. Maintain a low-sugar diet

It is very important that you reduce the amount of sugar in your diet as it is feeds the pathogenic bacteria. So make sure you avoid foods like doughnuts, cakes, cookies, ice cream, cream–based sauces, dairy products, and replace those with foods that are marked as “low-sugar”.

  1. Take a dietary supplement

If you’ve been diagnosed with a UTI, a herbal supplement like ‘Uribiotic Formula’ could be of great help here. It is a natural full-spectrum antibiotic designed to remedy bladder infection  naturally and with no side effects.


Before you begin taking any dietary supplements, please be sure you consult your doctor.


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