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What is a Urinary Tract Infection?
Information from Native Remedies
Urinary Tract Infections In Children
Natural Remedy for Incontinence
Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a common infection that usually occurs when bacteria enter the opening of the urethra and multiply in the urinary tract. The urinary tract includes the kidneys, ureters (tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder), bladder, and urethra (tube that carries urine from the bladder). The special connection of the ureters at the bladder help prevent urine from backing up into the kidneys, and the flow of urine through the urethra helps to eliminate bacteria. Men, women, and children develop UTIs.
Symptoms of Lower UTI (cystitis, urethritis) in Adults
What is UTI-Clear from Native Remedies?
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UTI-Clear is backed by our 60-day money-back guarantee so you can experience relief risk-free. UTI-Clear stops burning when urinating, helps to flush out the bladder and urinate more easily, reduces the need for frequent urination and eliminates inability to urinate even though you have the urge, treats and prevents recurring cystitis, assists with bloating and as a diuretic and reduces your dependence on anti-biotics.
More about UTI's: Urinary tract infections usually develop first in the lower urinary tract (urethra, bladder) and, if not treated, progress to the upper urinary tract (ureters, kidneys). Bladder infections (Cystitis) are by far the most common of UTI types. Infection of the urethra is called Urethritis.
Approximately 8 to 10 million people in the United States develop a UTI each year. Women develop the condition much more often than men, for reasons that are not fully known, although the much shorter female urethra is suspected. The condition is rare in boys and young men.
Twenty percent of women in the United States develop a UTI and 20% of those have a recurrence. Urinary tract infections in children are more common in those under the age of 2.