UTI Prevention Drink Mix

UTIs are caused by bacteria entering the urinary tract, and bacteria is more easily transferred during specific activities (like sex, exercise, swimming, etc.). Each person is different, and you know better than anyone which activities are causing your UTIs.

Uqora Target, the UTI prevention drink mix, works by flushing UTI-causing bacteria out of the urinary tract, especially during the times that you’re at greater risk. By mixing a packet of Uqora with 8-12 oz of water, Uqora Target can help keep you UTI-free.

The UTI prevention drink mix gives your body a multilayered defense to fight off bacteria, especially after the activities that make it easier for bacteria to enter the urinary tract.

  1. Bacterial Defense: Stop bacteria from attaching to your urinary tract, so you can safely flush bacteria out.
  2. Urinary Flow: Gently increase urine production, your body's best natural defense against UTIs. We also include electrolytes to keep you balanced.
  3. Immunity Boost: Bolster your immune system when you need it most so that you are never left vulnerable.
  4. Safe: With only ingredients found in nature, and no artificial sweeteners or flavors, Uqora's ingredients defend you in a natural way.
UTI Prevention Drink Mix

UTI treatment: What do you do if you have a UTI?

If you experience UTI symptoms, consult your physician. UTIs can escalate quickly, and it’s best to take antibiotics quickly to treat a UTI. Your doctor will take a sample of your urine in order to examine a culture of your infection. That culture tells your doctor what kind of bacterial strain you have, and with this information, they can prescribe antibiotics that will be effective against that strain. Some of the most common antibiotics for UTI treatment include Ampicillin, Keflex, Monural, Bactrium, or Septra.

What is the best UTI medicine?

The effectiveness of antibiotic varies person-to-person and depends on the type of bacteria that is responsible for the UTI, so there isn’t necessarily a best UTI medicine. There are a lot of antibiotic options to treat UTIs and your physician will generally choose the option they think is best for your particular case. Between the time you realize you have a UTI and the time you’re able to start taking your antibiotic prescription, you can use pain relief products like Ibuprofen to help with the pain, or pain relief products like those made by Azo which are specifically made for bladder plain.

Does cranberry juice work for UTI prevention?

Cranberry, in different forms, has long been referenced as an option for treating and preventing urinary tract infections. It’s a household name and a common ingredient in a lot of supplements that are intended to help UTIs. However, cranberry is a bit of an old wives tale.

Cranberry has not held up in controlled, well-organized studies. The theory behind cranberry is that the acidity in cranberry can acidify the urine, and make it more difficult for bacteria to thrive. However, that has proved to be little more than a theory. A second theory is that cranberry proanthocyanidins (PAC) can stop bacteria from adhering to the urinary wall, however, PAC is not found in cranberry in big enough quantities to actually help, and has not demonstrated reliable results in studies and trial.

When studied by the American Medical Association, the unbiased entity 
found that cranberry was unproven to help with UTI prevention or treatment. This was picked up widely by the NY Times and CNN health, referring to these findings “The Cranberry Myth.”

How to get rid of a UTI

The only way to get rid of a UTI is to take antibiotics to treat the infection—there are no other proven treatments for urinary tract infections.

Home remedies for UTIs

Home remedies for UTIs are not well-backed by science, however, there are plenty of things you can try. One thing that is proven to help with UTI prevention is staying very hydrated. If you’re struggling to prevent a UTI or attempting to kick one, staying very hydrated should help. There are other natural remedies that some people will say help, but generally, the evidence is not substantiated. For clinically-backed UTI prevention, try Uqora. For clinically-backed UTI treatment, you’ll need to rely on antibiotics.

UTI symptoms: How do I know if I have a UTI?

UTI symptoms can be different person to person, but often times a person with a UTI will experience at least one of the following symptoms:

  • • A strong, constant or recurring urge to urinate.
  • • A burning sensation when urinating.
  • • Only urinating small amounts when you do urinate.
  • • Cloudy urine instead of transparent.
  • • Blood in the urine, which often looks red, bright pink, or brownish like coca-cola.
  • • Pungent urine.
  • • Pelvic pain, especially in the center of the pelvis and around the area of the pubic bone for women
  • • Feeling under the weather with possibly having a fever, chills, or body aches.
In older people, UTI symptoms might not be as clear. One common side effect for elderly people suffering from a UTI is delirium. Delirium is sudden mental confusion and emotional disruption which makes its sufferers confused and agitated. People suffering from delirium will have difficulty remembering, sleeping, paying attention, and more. Since delirium can indicate a UTI in the elderly, many physicians will check for a UTI whenever delirium occurs in an elderly patient.

Prevent UTIs after sex with Uqora Target

Is sex causing your UTIs? Drink Uqora Target directly after sex. Target binds with UTI-causing bacteria introduced during sex and increases urinary flow, so you can safely flush out bacteria and stay UTI-free.  

You guys... this stuff is a life saver.

"I suffered from CHRONIC UTIs and have had some pretty serious repercussions from taking mass amounts of antibiotics. I have not had a UTI since I started taking uqora. I drink it after things that are my triggers (sex in particular) and it stops it in its tracks!"
Lacey, Uqora customer
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