recurrent UTIs

Some people, mostly women, have problems with repeated UTIs. If you are getting 2 or more urinary tract infections diagnosed by your doctor in a 6-month period or 3 or more in a year, then you may have what is called recurrent UTIs.

If you are experiencing frequent or recurring UTIs, it’s a good idea to talk to your doctor to try and find any possible causes.

Using a preventative product – such as Uramet – can help suppress bacteria in the urine and help prevent recurrent UTIs.