Most women will experience cystitis or a urinary tract infection (UTI) at least once in their lifetime. Cystitis is an inflammation of the bladder, caused mostly by E.coli bacteria.* Women are more susceptible to recurring cystitis or UTIs due to the shorter length of the urethra. Symptoms of cystitis or UTIs may include: Frequent need to […]

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Although mainstream medication is necessary at times, there are many occasions where a natural approach to illness is the wiser choice. Every day we run the risk of contracting some illness or other, be it serious or not so serious. With winter upon us, for example, influenza, bronchitis and colds may be lurking just around […]

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Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are the second-most common infection in women and as such their causes and treatment options deserve attention here. Most cases of UTIs can be cured by a course of antibiotics aided by increased fluid intake. The problem lies with those sufferers who have recurring infections, often due to poor inner self-healing. […]

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The urinary tract has a vitally important function, but it usually does its job every day without us even thinking about it. We tend to take this essential system for granted – until something goes wrong, that is. You may be surprised at how often problems, particularly infections, affect the urinary tract. It’s estimated that […]

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Glucose or sugar isn’t normally present in urine, since normally all the glucose is re-absorbed by the kidneys as part of normal renal function. Various factors determine the composition of urine, besides how well the kidneys function. For example, what and how much one drinks and eats, the amount of exercise taken, and certain medications […]

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