UTIs are caused by bad bacteria growing in the urinary tract. Our products flush out new bacteria introduced to the urinary tract (Target), break up old bacteria that may be hiding from a previous infection (Control), and support the good bacteria in the vaginal microbiome that naturally protect from UTIs (Promote).
Uqora uses ingredients found in nature to keep you UTI-free. No medications, no antibiotics—just simple, effective prevention.
Target fights UTIs that are caused by new bacteria entering the urinary tract. Certain activities, like sex, are more likely to introduce new bacteria. Drinking Target after high-risk activities like sex enables your body to flush out new bacteria before an infection can take hold.
Target works in 4 key ways:
1. Binds to bacteria so they can’t take hold.
2. Increases urinary flow at the right time to flush bacteria out.
3. Alkalizes the urine, making it more difficult for bacteria to grow.
4. Boosts the immune system to fight bacteria with your natural defenses.
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Control fights old bacteria that may be living in the urinary tract from a past infection. Bacteria use a tool called biofilm to hide from your immune system and antibiotics. Bacteria can live in the urinary tract protected by biofilm and cause recurrent UTIs. Take 2 capsules of Control daily to break up biofilm and fight UTIs that seem to come out of nowhere.
Control works in 4 key ways:
1. Makes it harder for bacteria to form biofilm
2. Chips away at existing biofilm
3. Slows bacterial growth
4. Binds to bacteria so UTI-causing bacteria can be flushed out of the urinary tract
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Promote is a specific probiotic that supports the growth of healthy bacteria in the vagina. Antibiotics, sexual activity, periods, and other things can disrupt the balance in the vagina and alter vaginal pH, causing it to rise. This rise in vaginal pH can lead to overgrowth of bad bacteria or yeast, causing bacterial vaginosis (BV) and yeast infections. The bacteria mainly responsible for BV (Gardnerella vaginalis) is now known to increase the risk of UTIs up to 13-fold. How common is BV? The CDC estimates that 29% of women in the U.S. currently have BV, yet 84% of those don't experience symptoms. Promote is a probiotic blend that includes the only two strains clinically demonstrated to restore and maintain the vaginal microbiome, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus and Lactobacillus Reuteri. These good bacteria protect you naturally by keeping vaginal pH low, which keeps bad bacteria and yeast at bay.
UTIs are caused by bacteria entering the urinary tract—most often, E. coli is responsible for causing UTIs (about 90% of the time, actually). For a lot of us, UTIs are caused by specific activities as UTI-causing bacteria (E. coli) can be transferred to the urinary tract during these activities.
Sometimes, UTIs seem to come out of nowhere. And once we get one UTI, our likelihood of getting another increases. Biofilm is a tool that UTI-causing bacteria use to hide from your immune system and antibiotics, waiting for a good time to release and start a recurrent UTI. That's why some UTIs seem to come out of nowhere, unlinked to specific activities.