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Caregivers, We’re Listening

We truely understand what it’s like to be a caregiver. and appreciate your selfless efforts.

“Omg...people have NO idea what it's like to be a caregiver unless you have been one. Your life is not your own, it revolves around the person you are caring for and you are darn lucky if your loved one is in decent health...my mother is wheelchair bound and had such bad dementia that most days she didn't even know me (she thought I was her sister) then the times she was so mean to me...many times I cried in secrecy, and tell myself to shake it off, cause she didn't know what she was saying...no one has a clue...God bless the caregiver! “
- Marcia 

“The complexity of caregiving. Along with what all you have posted. Sleep is a luxury. Stress is the glue that holds you together. You are on your own when you decide to care for an individual. I'm currently caring for my mother and I took care of my father 20 years ago. You learn to accept the aspects of the caregiving life. In my case, no one will truly help in a way that is beneficial. You make best with what you got and roll with it.”
– Tonya

“My mother has had NO UTIs since starting this supplement. She is enjoying the longest time free of recurrent infections and antibiotic meds that she has had in years. At 95, a urinary tract infection has crazy effects on Mom. She will get confused, unsteady, chilled and fatigued; hitting hard and fast without the typical symptoms. We are both so grateful for your formula.”
- A Knoxville Area Customer 

"Being a caregiver is a selfless and honorable task. We salute your efforts."
- Beth Kellam, Founder of Goodbye UTI

Goodbye-UTI is Here To Help

We’ve heard from many of you that your patient or loved one frequently suffers from urinary tract infections, which in some cases leads to a state of delirium or confusion. This happens because the patient often does not have any external symptoms, or cannot communicate their discomfort. And so, bam, they are suddenly not making any sense and/or having hallucinations and you think they have dementia. Often, they end up in the hospital on intravenous antibiotics to get rid of the urinary tract infection bacteria…and all of a sudden they’re back to being themselves again. At this point you breathe a sigh of relief and go back to your daily routine.

If you just make one small change to that routine, you may be able to avoid these upsetting changes in behavior and emergency runs to the hospital. Several of our caregiver customers have told us that they put a scoop of Goodbye UTI D-Mannose powder in their patient’s morning juice or tea and, after living with these episodes every few months, have not seen them return.    

Do you have questions about natural treatments for urinary tract infections?
Read more about the Goodbye-UTI remedy with a money-back offer and caregiver discount.
Click here to read our customers’ most frequently asked questions answered by our on-staff Doctor of Pharmacy.

We'd also like to thank Caregiver.com

Gary and his team at Caregiver.com are a fantastic group doing critical work to assist Caregivers everywhere. In addition, our founder Beth Kellam has participated in a couple interviews for their Podcast and their Caregivers Conversations. Great work Gary!