Articles From The Medical Community About D-Mannose
2019 Article in VeryWell Health
Richard N. Fogoros, MD
Summary: As a dietary supplement, D-mannose is often touted as a natural way to treat and prevent a urinary tract infection (UTI) or bladder infection (cystitis). Though more research is needed, preliminary studies suggest that the supplement could be well worth exploring.
2019 Article in Healthline Medical News
Author: Alan Carter PharmD
Summary: More research needs to be done, but D-mannose appears to be a promising nutritional supplement that may be an option for treating and preventing UTIs, especially in people who have frequent UTIs. Most people who take it don’t experience any side effects.
2016 Article in Clinical Advisor
Author: Sherril Sego, FNP-C, DNP
Headline: D-Mannose: An Effective Urinary Tract Infection Treatment
The Stats: A study of nearly 200 female college students presenting with symptoms of UTI found that more than 40% of infections were resistant to first- and second- line antibiotics.
Observations: D-mannose, a natural supplement for urinary tract infections, has been shown to block E coli receptors effectively and literally flush bacteria away. D-mannose has also been found to slow recurrence of UTI.
Conclusions: For those with UTIs that would otherwise be treated with antibiotics, D-mannose may be one of many first steps in the war against antibiotic resistance.
2016 Pilot Study Conducted in Rome, Italy
Author: Department of Gynecological Obstetrics and Urologic Sciences, University Sapienza of Rome, Rome, Italy.
Headline: D-mannose: a promising support for acute urinary tract infections in women.
Study Stats: 45 women evaluated over a 15 month period to determine whether D-mannose alone is effective in treating acute urinary tract infections in women and its possible use in managing recurrences. (Domenici and colleagues)
Results: D-mannose had a significant positive effect on resolving UTI's and improving patients' quality of life. As a preventative administered for 6 months, it also showed promising results.
2014 Article in World Journal of Urology
Author: Department of Medical Biochemistry, Zabok General Hospital, Zabok, Croatia.
Study Stats: Clinical trial conducted among 308 women comparing D-Mannose to the antibiotic Nitrofurantoin for effectiveness in preventing recurring UTI's. ( Kranjčec and colleagues)
Results: D-Mannose had the lowest percentage of recurrence and significantly lower risk of side effects compared to the antibiotic.
OUR OWN RESEARCH SUPPORTS THE NEED FOR NATURAL UTI TREATMENT
A Large Survey And A Big Problem
In July 2018, we surveyed over 1,000 women across the US and found out that 68% suffer from UTI's on an occasional or regular basis. That's about 83 million women. All age groups were equally affected.
And 88% are unaware that there's a natural nutritional supplement that can help alleviate UTI symptoms and prevent recurrences.
Everyone Sees The Benefits That Goodbye UTI Can Deliver
"I would consider it because it is a more natural approach"
"If it works and is easy to use, yes, I would try it"
"Sounds like a product that can help without taking antibiotics"
"I would likely try it to decrease my chances of getting UTI’s"
"I prefer natural products to pharmaceuticals"
"If OTC, it can resolve the problem without waiting for a doctor appointment and having a co-pay"
"I DON'T LIKE ANTIBIOTICS, THEY CAUSE OTHER PROBLEMS"
"I am a trained homeopath and always prefer more natural solutions"
"Less side effects"
"Purity of product. I use alternative medicine to clear up problems"
"Over the counter, no Dr appt."
"Don’t like to take medication if not needed"