UTI's Are NOT Your Fault

The burning sensation when you pee brings on feelings of dread. Not only are you dealing with another painful, frustrating urinary tract infection (UTI), but you know you’ll have to go back to the doctor. And sometimes that feels worse than the UTI itself.

It’s not uncommon for some doctors to make you feel like it’s your fault you keep getting UTIs – like you don’t have good hygiene, or you’re doing something wrong. Or they just throw a prescription at you without even listening to your concerns. Whatever unpleasant experience you’ve had, know this:

You’re not alone and it’s not your fault. 

Your doctor may be doing the best she/he can, but “drink more water” can’t be classified as a cure-all, and continued (or even a single) use of antibiotics can set you up for unwanted side effects – which include the devastation of your gut microbiome. 

Plus - All of this trouble and discomfort is often made worse by the fact that none of it helps you avoid the next UTI. And you just know there’ll be another one…

Which begs the question: Is there anything you can do to avoid another UTI and keep your urinary tract healthy and protected?  

Blessedly, the answer is yes. Below we’ll reveal the easy steps you can take today for a more comfortable UT tomorrow. But first - Let’s get a couple things out of the way…

It’s Hard to Deal with a UTI

UTIs – especially recurrent UTIs – can ruin your quality of life. 

They keep you chained to the bathroom in constant discomfort. They're frustrating and upsetting and they interfere with everything from your love life to your sleep to your job. And that’s not surprising when you think about the most common symptoms, such as:

  • Frustratingly frequent, sudden, strong urge to pee all the time
  • Painful burning sensation every time you pee
  • Feeling like you have to pee again even though you just did
  • Urine that looks cloudy or bloody
  • Weird or foul-smelling urine
  • Feeling like your bladder won't empty out all the way 
  • Abdominal pain or uncomfortable pressure 

Along with those dreadful physical symptoms, you may also experience emotional distress. Many women who suffer from repeat UTIs report feeling angry, sad, anxious, frustrated, hopeless, and helpless. (1)

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Getting the Right Treatment for Recurrent UTIs Can Be Difficult

Recurrent UTIs are alarmingly common. Millions of women suffer from these painful infections every year… And their healthcare providers fail to really understand how difficult and frustrating the experience is. (2) Worse, your doctor may make you feel like you’re doing something wrong. That’s especially true of male doctors, who may do things like (3)

  • dismiss your complaints
  • patronize you
  • make you feel like you’re exaggerating
  • treat you like it’s all in your head

Remember this: No matter what your doctor makes you feel, recurrent UTIs aren't caused by anything that you're doing. You did not bring them on yourself. You don’t have bad hygiene. And you aren’t doing anything wrong. (4)

In fact, your doctor could be the one at fault. Most primary care doctors don’t know the right way to treat recurrent UTIs. (5) They consider them to be mild, self-limiting infections. They’re not. Very few doctors send out for a urine culture to figure out exactly what you’re dealing with. And virtually all GPs treat recurrent UTIs with heavy duty antibiotics, even when they obviously haven’t been solving the long-term problem. 

So if you’ve been feeling hesitant about taking another antibiotic, you’re absolutely right to be concerned. Especially because so many doctors get this flat-out wrong.

In a study (6) that included 670,450 women with uncomplicated UTI's, researchers found that an astonishing 46.7% of them received the wrong antibiotics for their condition or were given antibiotics for far too long of a duration. So the women had unnecessary and prolonged exposure to often inappropriate antibiotics. That set them up for serious side effects… and did absolutely nothing to stop the next UTI from showing up.

Luckily, you can take control of this situation and proactively protect yourself… Without another prescription. 

3 Proactive Botanicals Keep Your Urinary Tract Healthy

People have been preserving their urinary tract health with natural plant remedies for thousands of years… because they work. And even if your doctor dismisses their effectiveness, these three botanicals have been used to soothe and protect for generations.

The first botanical you definitely know about, especially as it relates to your UT... (just not in the way that you thought.) 

The second may be beautifying your garden… but holds the secret to keeping your urinary tract healthy. 

And the third you may have never heard of… but it contains a powerful compound known for promoting optimal urinary comfort.


Botanical #1 - Cranberry

Women have turned to cranberry as a go-to natural solution for urinary health for centuries, but usually in the form of cranberry juice. That’s because these sweet-tart berries contain dozens of plant compounds, including some with antimicrobial properties. But to reap their full benefits, you need more than just the juice. You need the whole berry – juice, skin, flesh, and seeds – for true urinary tract support. (7)

Whole cranberries contain natural compounds called PACs that protect your urinary tract in a unique way. PACs make sure that nothing unwanted can stick to the cells in your urinary tract – a property called adhesion that allows microbes to team up and cause trouble. And when they can’t stick, they get flushed out, keeping your urinary tract safe and healthy. (8)

Botanical #2 - Hibiscus

To look at these vibrant, beautiful flowers, you’d never suspect that hibiscus is a urinary tract superstar. Along with its protective powers, hibiscus contains acidic properties that keep your urinary tract pH at the right level for optimal health. Plus, hibiscus has effective antimicrobial and antifungal properties. (9)

Even better: A specific hibiscus extract called Ellirose™ is an absolute marvel for soothing occasional urinary tract irritation. 

In an eye-opening clinical trial, Ellirose™ brought welcome relief to women experiencing UT challenges. According to the study, taking 200 mg of Ellirose™ daily was all it took to maintain urinary tract comfort.

Botanical #3 - Black Cumin Seed

Even though it’s not as well known, black cumin seed ranks up there with cranberry when it comes to supporting urinary tract health.  Black cumin seed contains a potent natural compound known as TQ (thymoquinone). TQ gives black cumin seed extract the ability to address potential urinary tract disruptors before they can cause problems. (10)

Plus, black cumin seed helps contain Candida albicans, a fungus that can also cause setbacks for urinary health. That adds an extra helping of proactive protection for a healthy urinary tract.

Take a Proactive Approach to Urinary Health with UT123 

Tired of getting no help when it comes to ongoing urinary tract health?

You can be proactive to keep your urinary tract comfortable and healthy with UT123, a fast-acting natural formula that contains 

  • 500 mg of whole cranberry extract 
  • 200 mg of hibiscus extract
  • 100 mg of black cumin seed extract

Packed with Mother Nature’s TLC and plant power, UT123 helps keep your urinary tract healthy so you can feel confident and comfortable every day. 

>> Take back control of your urinary tract today with UT123!

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1. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9118576/
2. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/10/211001130256.htm
3. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4262982/#Sec3title
4. https://www.health.harvard.edu/bladder-and-bowel/when-urinary-tract-infections-keep-coming-back
5. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34233479/
6. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33622432/
7. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26268913/
8. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25723356/
9. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3819477/
10. https://www.hilarispublisher.com/open-access/nigella-sativa-linn-and-lower-urinary-tract-infection-treatment.pdf