How do UTIs happen?
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.
How do recurrent UTIs happen?
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.
How does Target drink-mix prevent UTIs?
Target fights new bacteria introduced during certain activities. Target binds with UTI-causing bacteria and increases urinary flow to flush them out of the urinary tract, all while boosting your immune system. Drink it directly after activities that increase your risk of UTIs, like sex.
When to drink Target
Activities that cause UTIs
How do Control daily capsules fight recurrent UTIs?
Control fights old bacteria already living in the urinary tract (usually from a past infection) by breaking up biofilm, a tool bacteria use 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 fight UTIs that seem to come out of nowhere.