What's in it?
All of Uqora Target's ingredients are found in nature, and play a different role in giving you the defense you need against bacteria.
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Where is Uqora made?
What are the doses of the active ingredients?
Is Uqora Target vegan? Sugar-free? Gluten-free?
Is Uqora Target FDA approved?
Are there any side effects?
How does it work?
UTIs are caused by bacteria entering the urinary tract, and bacteria is more easily transferred
during specific activities (like sex, exercise, swimming, and travel, for instance). Each person is different, and you know better than anyone which activities are causing your UTIs.
Uqora Target works by flushing these bacteria out of the urinary tract when you are at risk, that's why it is important to drink Uqora Target after these activities. If you're not always sure what causes your UTIs, you should consider adding Uqora Control to your regimen for ongoing defense.
Newly introduced bacteria
Uqora Target binds to bacteria before they can take hold
Uqora Target increases immunity and flow at the right time to flush the bound bacteria out during urination
Uqora Target gives your body a multi-layered defense to fight off bacteria, especially in those windows of increased risk:
Stop bacteria from attaching to your urinary tract, so you can safely flush bacteria out.
Bolster your immune system when you need it most so that you are never left vulnerable.
Gently increase urine production, your body's best natural defense against UTIs. We also include electrolytes to keep you balanced.
With only ingredients found in nature, and no artificial sweeteners or flavors, Uqora's ingredients defend you in a natural way.
How is Uqora different from cranberry juice and extracts?
Can I mix Uqora Target with things other than water?
Exactly what activities should I drink Uqora Target after?
However, for others, it may include travel, swimming, camping, taking baths, or other activities. It depends on what you’ve noticed your patterns to be.
Is Uqora Target a medicine? Or a treatment?
Does it work for men?
I started getting more UTIs around/after menopause. Is Uqora Target a good solution for me?
How do we know it works?
Our team leveraged the best clinical research available to create Uqora Target's special formula. The research demonstrates how each ingredient is important in reaching bacteria in the urinary tract to help flush them out, keeping you healthy and off antibiotics.
Our scientists and physicians carefully crafted Uqora Target based on what's been proven to work, and not old wives's tales. With dozens of studies around the world over the past 30 years, you can take a look at some of the key findings that show our ingredients can reduce the risk of UTIs by 75% or more.
Want to read how Uqora has helped thousands of women put a stop to their UTIs? Check reviews from customers like you.
Uqora Target provides a clinically-backed, multi-fold approach to fight new bacteria introduced to the urinary tract
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How does Uqora Target work together with Uqora Control?
Uqora Target and Uqora Control is the dynamic duo that we've designed to cover all of your bases.
You can think about it like this: Uqora Target stops new bacteria from entering your urinary tract, and Uqora Control squashes any bacteria that might already be lurking in your urinary tract, which can cause UTIs to come out of nowhere.
Uqora Target packs a punch—with higher volumes of UTI-fighting ingredients, a gentle diuretic to increase urinary flow, and immune-boosting ingredients, all at exactly the right time and with the perfect doses. It's there for you during those vulnerable moments.
Uqora Control is there for you on the day-to-day, to keep fending off the sneaky bacteria that may be coming from within your body, or hiding in your urinary tract from a past infection (through a process called biofilm). It also includes powerful antiinflammatories and antioxidants to keep you in tip-top shape.
Do you suggest everyone drink Uqora Target and take Uqora Control daily?
Can I try just one of the products, or do I have to buy them together?
How do I know if I'm resistant to antibiotics?
How does bacteria stay hidden in your urinary tract?
Is it safe? Are there any side effects?
Yes, Uqora is safe. There are no known side effects for the active ingredients at any of the suggested doses, and all of the ingredients in Uqora Control are Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) by the US FDA.
Is Uqora Target safe for children?
Is Uqora Target safe for older adults?
Is it safe to drink Uqora Target daily?
Is it safe to drink multiple packets of Uqora Target in one day?
Is it safe to drink Uqora Target while on birth control?
Is it safe to drink Uqora Target while on antibiotics?
Is it safe to drink Uqora Target while breastfeeding?
Is it safe to drink Uqora Target while pregnant?
Is Uqora Target safe to take along with other medications?
Who is behind Uqora?
Uqora's lead scientist is trained in biochemistry from UC Berkeley, and our products are backed leading physicians who are passionate about prevention. Our team is committed to getting to the root cause of UTIs and building sustainable options, not just relying on antibiotics as a blanket solution.
Dr. Payal Bhandari M.D.
Dr. Bhandari is a family physician practicing in San Francisco, CA since 2005. By taking a deeper look at the root cause of diseases, Dr. Bhandari incorporates the latest medical research, her extensive experience, and feedback from patients to accurately diagnosis illness. Dr. Bhandari received her medical degree from the West Virginia University and completed her family practice residency at the University of Massachusetts.
Dr. Jo Ann Stewart, MD
Dr. Jo Ann Stewart, MD, specializes in geriatric care but has 3 medical specialties: Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, and Hospice and Palliative Care. Dr. Stewart has been practicing medicine for over 15 years, and credits her deep love for her grandparents with her desire to specialize in geriatric medicine. She received her medical degree from University of Texas Medical School and currently practices in San Diego, CA.
Spencer Gordon, UC Berkeley
Trained in molecular biology and biochemistry from University of California Berkeley, Spencer leads Uqora's research and development initiatives internally. Spencer's research has focused on human metabolism, and he is passionate about developing unique and novel approaches get getting to the root cause of major public health issues.