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Managing recurrent urinary tract infections can be complex. Antibiotics are the first line treatment, but there are clinically proven options that can help prevent recurrences. When considering cranberry supplements, I recommend my patients to select a product that contains 36mg of proanthocyanidins (PACs). There is evidence that supports PACs as being the active molecule of the cranberry which prevents bacterial adherence to the bladder wall, thus helping to reduce recurrent UTIs.
Dr. Colleen McDermott, Urogynecologist
Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto
“Recurrent UTIs can be a constant battle in the clinic. In an attempt to minimize the use of antibiotics, I always consider natural options to help reduce the frequency of UTIs in my patients. Utiva is a great, clean cranberry product which has been very effective in preventing UTIs in many of my patients.”
Dr. Yana Barbalat, Urologist
Beverly Hospital – Massachusetts
“Patients with recurrent UTIs make up a significant number of our clinic visits. Although antibiotics are used first-line for treatment and prevention, patients have become more aware and vocal on reducing antibiotic usage. Over the past few years, Utiva’s Cranberry PACs have provided a simple and clinically proven option that has worked well for my patients. We sometimes use this in conjunction with vaginal estrogen and probiotics depending on the type of patient. This 36 mg formulation of cranberry PACs has proven to be effective in my practice.”
Dr. Rose Kung, OBGYN
Sunnybrook Hospital, Toronto
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PACs are the bioactive components of cranberry and are clinically proven to have an anti-adhesion effect on bacteria, preventing them from sticking to the uroepithelium.
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