Urinary tract infection (UTI) is one of the most common infections in women – affecting up to 40% of women in the United States in their lifetime.

Karen Fitzpatrick-Dame, ChhC, AADP

UTI refers to an infection of the bladder, urethra, ureters and/or kidneys. Antibiotics are often used to treat the infection in mainstream medicine; however, some women get recurring UTIs that are resistant to antibiotics and can be very difficult to resolve.

(UTI's are very common in menopause as a result of low or no estrogen. Vaginal estrogen can help.)

This is a result of both microbial resistance and the fact that biofilms are often involved. UTIs often accompany vaginal infection, further complicating the clinical picture. Vaginal and urinary tract infections are most often caused by pathogens that originate in the digestive tract.

The Holistic Approach Should Be:
• Address infection and biofilms in the urinary tract
• Support a healthy urethral and bladder mucosa
• Balance the vaginal and gut microbiomes
• Maintain an appropriate vaginal pH.

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