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Kill or flush E-coli bacterium to cure UTI

18th August 2009
Our body consists of several good and bad bacteria. The good or helpful bacterium supports smooth functioning of body parts. Some bacteria help in the digestive process, while some acts as antibodies against the diseases. You can also find bacterium that ... Read >

How does D-mannose eliminate E-coli bacterium?

08th August 2009
Every year several women and girls suffer from urinary tract infections. It dampens the functioning of urinary tract and leads to severe consequences. This episode reoccurs after sometime, which is followed by treatment with antibiotics and antimicrobials... Read >

How to cure honeymoon Cystitis during the initial stage?

01st July 2009
Couples plan a honeymoon to understand each other's lifestyle. They talk and enjoy some personal moments. However, sometimes the bride starts feeling sick and tired. This happens if she is suffering from honeymoon cystitis. It occurs when couples indulge ... Read >

Interstitial Cystitis - An incurable disease

01st June 2009
Nowadays, several people suffer from interstitial cystitis. This inflammation of urinary bladder is highly chronic and leads to urgent and frequent need to urinate. The infection can also lead to pain in pelvic region. Hence, it needs urgent attention; ot... Read >

Urethritis - The Urinary Infection of Urethra

15th May 2009
Urethritis is a bacterial infection that leads to inflammation of urethra. The urethra is responsible for the elimination of urine from the body. It is connected to the urinary bladder which passes the urine as soon as a signal from the brain is received.... Read >

D-mannose - The most potent cure for UTI

17th April 2009
Nowadays, one out of five women suffers from UTI. This phenomenon is common among them due to shorter urethra that facilitates easy transfer of the bacterial syndrome into the urinary tract. The E-coli bacterium that is responsible for the urinary infecti... Read >

UTI - Get Immediate Treatment for the Contagious Disease

13th March 2009
UTI (urinary tract infection) is caused due to attack of bacterial microbes on human body. Initially, the bacterium affects the lower urinary parts but eventually it can also affect the upper urinary part like kidney etc. This infection can become highly ... Read >