If You Think You May Be Suffering From A Urinary Tract Infection Related To An Enlarged Prostate We're Here To Help
As men age, they often develop non-cancerous enlargement of their prostate gland, called "BPH" (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia). And, as many men already know, BPH is the most common cause of frequent UTIs.
With BPH, the prostate gland grows and wraps around the neck of the bladder where the urethra connects to the bladder which makes it difficult for urine to flow freely. This is where the trouble starts.
If the bladder doesn’t empty completely, bacteria that are normally flushed out with the urine remain in the bladder and begin to multiply. When the immune system is unable to manage the bacteria build-up, the result can be a painful or even life threatening UTI.
Symptoms of a urinary tract infection can include one or more of the following:
• Painful burning sensation when voiding
• Strong desire to urinate; you may be unable to control your urine, which may lead to leakage or incontinence
• Frequency of urination (usually small amounts) day and night
• Urine becomes cloudy or bloody
• Foul odor to the urine
• Lower abdominal pain
• Severe obstructive symptoms, such as a dribbling stream, a sensation that the bladder is not empty, waiting a long time to initiate voiding, and a weak stream
IMPORTANT: Elderly / Senior Men Often Do Not Display Any Symptoms And Still Have A UTI.
This is because they have weakened immune systems which do not send out the typical signals, or they may not be able to communicate their discomfort.
Therefore, it’s important for the Caregiver to monitor them closely for indications that the infection has become more serious, including: high fever; flank pain (middle of the back); and rapid changes in the ability to communicate clearly, which signals delirium (a condition often confused with dementia, which comes on more slowly).
This is why we developed test strips, allowing at-home testing to check the urine for the presence of bacteria in the bladder. Results are easy to understand based on the accompanying color chart that comes with each bottle of test strips.
D-Mannose - The New Way To Treat UTIs Naturally
Frustrated by UTI symptoms that return over and over again, men have started to search for alternatives to antibiotics. Now there is a natural supplement which has been studied by scientists and medical researchers for years, and has been proven to relieve symptoms quickly. This supplement is known as D-Mannose.*
D-Mannose is extracted from fruits and concentrated into a powder. It attracts and binds to the infectious bacteria in the bladder and flushes them out with the urine.*
Look for 100% Pure D-Mannose Powder
It’s important to only buy 100% pure D-Mannose to get the promised results; any additives such as cranberry or hibiscus only detract from its efficacy.*
It’s also important to buy powder (not capsules) because when it is mixed with water it goes directly to the bladder and starts to provide relief within 30 minutes. Capsules need to first pass through the digestive system and do not have the same effect.*
*NOTE: Individual results may vary and testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
One Third of Our Customers Are Men - Here's What They Have To Say*
"This product is the best on the market. I tried it for the last couple of months and it works." Albert D, TX
"Trust me, I have absolutely nothing to do with this company and am not getting paid to advocate this product, but it worked wonders for me and now I take it every day once per day for bladder maintenance!" Anthony DiVincenti, LA
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100% D-Mannose Powder
30 day supply
The first and only D-Mannose product formulated by a Doctor of Pharmacy in the US. 100% pure D-Mannose powder completely dissolves and has no taste. Make it part of your morning coffee, tea or smoothie wake-up routine.
Checkup Test Strips
(50 Easy to use at home Test Strips)
At-home test strips are particularly useful for older patients who do not exhibit the classic symptoms of an active UTI, such as the burning sensation or bladder pressure. They, or their caregivers, need a way to consistently monitor if bacteria are present in the bladder, so they can flush them out with Goodbye UTI before a serious kidney infection develops.