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Recurrent UTI is No Longer a Problem with Chinese Herbal Medicine

Date:2018-11-30 click:0
An article published on news-medical.net with the title “Study uncovers trigger for recurrent UTI infections” pointed out that a type of vaginal bacterium called Gardnerella vaginalis that moves into the urinary tract, which triggers E. coli already hiding in the bladder to cause another UTI. This new study is uncovered at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. According to the clinical statistics, in young and sexually active women, about 80 percent of UTIs are caused by E. coli. And about half of all women will experience UTI in their lifetimes, and despite treatment, about a quarter will develop recurrent infections within six months of initial infection.

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Since most of UTIs are caused by E coli, this infection is normally treated with antibiotics. Though it’s effective to take antibiotics to eradicate the bacteria, not all patients can get a full recovery by this treatment and some of them usually suffer from this infection for multiple times. It’s not easy to handle this problem with antibiotics only. Some patients also take cranberry juice and baking soda to relieve the urinary symptoms, such as frequent and urgent urination, pain and burning when urinating. But these natural remedies can only alleviate the symptoms but can not provide a complete cure. To effectively cure the infection, female patients can take a Chinese herbal medicine called Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which has good therapeutic effect.
Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is on the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which is an ancient yet completely modern healing system. It contains more than 50 types of natural herbs, including angelica, semen plantaginis, seaweed, radix scutellariae, talcum, honeysuckle, dianthus superbus, polygonum aviculare, safflower, peach kernel, radix paeoniae rubra, cordate houttuynia, cowherb seed, etc. These herbs can provide good effect to clear heat and toxins, improve the blood and Qi flow, induce diuresis to relieve stranguria. Thus, the pathogenic bacteria like Gardnerella vaginalis and E coli can be wiped out and the urinary symptoms can be eliminated. By curing the infection from its root causes, the recurrent rate will be reduced greatly. 
Though women account for most UTI sufferers, men can also get this infection. Both men and women can take this Chinese herbal medicine. Unlike antibiotic treatment, it has no drug resistance and kidney damages. This safe and natural medicine provides patients a continuous and effective treatment.