Just about EVERYONE in the mainstream agrees it has to change.
They’ll even admit that it’s reckless… irresponsible… and downright dangerous.
So of course they’re doing MORE of it!
Docs are under fire for the overuse of antibiotic drugs, especially for common, basic and uncomplicated urinary tract infections.
They KNOW they’re supposed to try other options first in most cases.
Many will even CLAIM they’re doing just that.
But as new numbers show… they’re LYING about it!
More women are getting more drugs than ever before, and many are starting to pay the price for it.
And if you’re one of them – if you’re prone to UTIs yourself – I’m here today with a better option. I’m going to show you how to get off the prescription drug crazy train and conquer UTIs – without the risks.
How to beat a UTI without antibiotics
Like I said, docs are practically under orders to cut back on antibiotics. But a new study shows that 86 percent of women get the drugs on the very day they show up in the doctor’s office with the symptoms of a UTI.
No tests to confirm a bacterial infection.
They just hand you a prescription… and chase you out the door.
That’ll be a $30 copay, please!
That’s a recipe for disaster, and I’m not just talking about the short-term side effects like diarrhea. Antibiotics can lead to new infections, including battles with “superbug” germs that have learned to resist the meds you’ve already taken.
But you’ve DON’T have to take these drugs in many cases. You have other UTI treatment options you can try first if your doctor agrees:
Time: Yeah, you can actually use the clock to beat UTIs. One study found that up to 42 percent of UTIs resolve entirely on their own if left alone.
Obviously this is for simple, uncomplicated UTIs and for people who don’t have other risk factors such as poor immune function. But if you don’t have these risk factors, and your doctor agrees, this could be your best and safest option.
Cranberry: This is dismissed by the mainstream as an old wives’ tale, but many women will tell you that cranberry gets results.
The reason cranberry often fails studies is that researchers use cranberry juice. And most cranberry juices don’t have a lot of actual cranberry in them.
Pure cranberry extract, on the other hand, has proven to be effective as an antibiotic in women prone to UTIs.
You’ll need a supplement; your lips might never un-pucker if you tried pure cranberry on its own.
Probiotics: They’re not just for digestion! The lactobacilli types in particular can line the walls of the urinary tract and block the germs behind UTIs from attaching. They can also lower the pH levels of urine, making your urinary tract inhospitable to those infection-causing nasties.
In one study of women who suffered from recurring UTIs, probiotics worked almost as well as antibiotics, but without the risks.
And beating your UTIs in a risk-free way should always be the first thing that you and your doc try.
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