UTI Treatment and Prevention D-Mannose Powder w/ 36x Stronger Cranberry, Targeted Probiotics and MORE. Bonus Urinary Tract Infection Advice (eBook) 1mth supply by UTVital
UTVital is safe, natural and usually well tolerated by the body. Most people who take UTVital do not experience side effects. When side effects do occur, they tend to be mild and short-lasting.
You can safely take UTVital with all nutritional supplements and most prescription medications. Please consult a physician before taking UTVital if you are diabetic, pregnant or nursing.
Recommended dosage is two capsules taken with water, either both in the morning, or one in the morning and one in the afternoon – as you see fit. It is not recommended that you exceed three capsules at a time or four in one day. Exceeding the maximum dosage is not dangerous, though it may lead to a possible increase of the potential side effects.
When taken as directed, UT Vital is safe and poses no short-term or long-term health risks.
Please talk to your doctor before taking UTVital with anticoagulants such as warfarin (Coumadin®) or heparin, or blood thinners. UTVital may interact with these drugs. If you take Vitamin C or D supplements separately please consider if both doses are necessary. Consuming high dosage of these supplements may have additional side effects.
Vitamin C may interact with acerola, acidifying, cholesterol-lowering, and immune system affecting herbs. Vitamin D may interfere with herbs that affect blood sugar levels, blood pressure, herbs metabolized by cytochrome P450 enzyme system. It may also interact with aluminium, antacids, antiandrogenics, antiasthma herbs, antibacterials, and anticancer herbs. Please note that the use of antibiotics may decrease the effectiveness of UT Vital.
Medications that decrease the immune system (Immunosuppressants) interacts with probiotics.
Possible Side Effects
While most people taking UT Vital experience NO side effects, possible side effects can include:
- Intestinal gas
- Loose stools
- Abdominal cramps
Feel free to contact UTVital Customer Support if you have any questions or concerns.
- Recurring UTI’s
- Burning when urinating
- Pelvic pain
- Antibiotic resistance or enduring dangerous side effects
- Excessive sweating due to sports/exercise
- UTI’s after sexual intercourse
- Newly sexually active
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