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Proven treatments of urinary tract disorders

Virtually everyone has experienced the discomfort of difficulty in urinating, urinary infections or renal calculi (kidney stones). People tend to start treatment only when the problems become a real nuisance instead of trying to treat it at the very first symptoms.

How to recognise problems with the urinary tract?

Problems with proper functioning of the urinary system are manifested by difficulty in urinating, burning during urination, an itching sensation in the private parts, the need for frequent and unsuccessful visits in the bathroom and often with pain in the abdomen. In women there are also vaginal discharges or vaginal secretions that follows infections of the urinary and reproductive system.

If you suffer from any of the aforementioned ailments, consult a doctor. It may be that there should be a thorough examination of the urine and treatment started. Problems with urination can result from infections, kidney stones or disorders within the urinary system.

Why do women have problems with the urinary tract more often?

Problems with the urinary tract are more frequent in women. This is caused by the structural differences in the urinary system between men and women. The clearly shorter urethra of women is the prime facility for movement of bacteria towards the bladder. Its small distance from the rectum also increases the risk of infection. Negligent hygiene of the sexual organs is no small issue, and sexual intercourse during which there is irritation of the mucosa in the intimate areas. Damaged mucosa has an inhibited protective effect, which makes infections, followed by ailments of the urinary and sexual organs, more likely.

Can I prevent problems with the urinary tract?

Certainly you can and remember that prevention is less costly and more "friendly" than actual treatment of the problem. The applicable preventative procedures include:

  • Frequent urination. Do not hesitate to visit the lavatory. Too seldom urination builds an internal environment that is suitable for the growth of bacteria in the bladder.
  • Avoid direct contact of your private parts with public toilets. Always use disposable covers which protect the skin from veritable hordes of bacteria which infest public lavatories.
  • Always wipe from the urethra to the rectum after each defecation. This issue is critical especially for women; if they fail to follow this recommendation, they increase the risk of contracting urinary infections.
  • Maintain proper hygiene of private parts. Unlike regular soaps, special formulas for intimate hygiene have the right pH. Correct pH level of the urinary environment increases the defence barriers of the intimate parts. When travelling, use the hassle-free and handy hygienic wipes.
  • Drink more liquids (decarbonated water is best). It is often suggested to drink beer if you suffer from calculi in the kidneys. The theory is correct – in the part that concerns the diuretic action of beer, not its alleged capacity to dissolve kidney stones.
  • Use pharmaceutical drugs and dietary supplements which are diuretic and protect the urinary tract. It is important to differentiate between pharmaceutical drugs and dietary supplements. Pharmaceutical drugs have their efficacy proven by numerous experimental trials. The status of the pharmaceutical drug confirms the efficacy and the safety of use of the product. Dietary supplements are not required to have so many scientific confirmations, which makes them decidedly easier to market.

Why choose Urosept?

First, it is a drug, not a dietary supplement. It also has an appropriately set up composition the efficacy of which is guaranteed in problems of the urinary tract.

The drug Urosept is a compound herbal preparation that includes: the lingonberry leaf extract, parsnip root extract, birch leaf extract, bean pericarp, camomile herb extract and citrates of sodium and potassium. All plant extracts in Urosept are diuretic. Each plant input material of this drug also has other properties. Birch leaf extract is also perspiratory and anti-rheumatic. Parsnip extract is antiseptic and has a relaxing effect on the smooth muscles of the intestines and the urinary tract. Camomile herb extract is diastolic and antiseptic. The lingonberry leaf extract is a disinfectant (antiseptic). The citrates maintain the pH of urea at a level that is optimal for treatment and prevention of calculosis recurring.

When and how to administer Urosept?

Use it whenever there is an infection of the urinary tract, in renal calculosis and in prevention. The normal dosage of Urosept is two coated tablets three times a day. The coated tablets are small and have a distinct blue colour.

Remember that problems with the urinary tract can affect you as well. If you do not try to treat and prevent them, you may experience stronger uncomfortable symptoms.