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Uqora Side Effects

If you have ever had a urinary tract infection, you know just how painful and downright debilitating they can be. Because of the extreme discomfort they cause, you may have sworn off all activities that cause them, even if you know your vow is not one you can realistically keep. The good news is that you can reverse your vows and enjoy life again without having to worry that your urinary tract will act up, thanks to Uqora.

Made of all natural ingredients, Uqora equips your body to fend off bacteria, especially during those times when you are most at risk for developing infection. Both Target and Control keep bacteria from attaching to your urinary tract and increase urine production, the latter of which is your main defense against UTIs. The result of using Target and Control together is a 75 percent decreased risk of infection.

That said, skeptics often ask, what are the side effects? In all the testing and research manufacturers have performed, no known side effects have been discovered. However, for transparency's sake, we have pulled reviews from actual users to learn more about how our product affects others. Below is a list of possible side effects we exposed in our research:

Though Uqora users have not expressly stated that they have had diarrhea after using our product, D-Mannose, the main active ingredient in Uqora, has been known to cause diarrhea. Magnesium and Vitamin C, two other active ingredients in Uqora, can also cause diarrhea. However, each of these ingredients is also present in other UTI medications, so one runs the risk of getting diarrhea regardless of which medication one chooses to use. That said, diarrhea is not the worst thing, especially when compared to the discomfort of a UTI.

Increased Energy

Because of all the natural ingredients and vitamins in our product, you may experience increased energy after taking it. One Amazon user warns to not take it before bed, but at all other times, increased energy is a good thing, right? Because it's safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women, Uqora may be a great supplement for all you expectant mamas to take.

Safe for Adults and Children

Uqora is a rarity in that it is safe for adults and children alike. It is safe to take on birth control, while using antibiotics and other medications and while pregnant or breastfeeding. This is thanks to the all natural ingredients of which the product is composed. As a product that is Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) by the US FDA, it should be the first one you consider to control and combat your UTIs. Learn more about the science behind Uqora on our site.

Other Potential Side Effects From Uqora's Ingredients

Though chances of developing a yeast infection after consuming a product with D-Mannose in it are extremely slim, it is worth mentioning that, theoretically speaking, mannose can be converted into glucose. Yeasts feed off sugars like glucose and fructose, so the possibility is there.

Rare side effects of D-Mannose are bloating, indigestion and stomach pain. Uqora users have not complained of GI tract issues, but it is important to note that these types of issues are possible. Of course, many of these issues also stem from poor eating and lifestyle habits, so there is a strong possibility that if one does experience these issues, it is because of his or her diet.

Most importantly, the main side effect of Uqora is UTI Prevention.

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