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Monday, 14 September 2009 11:26


A UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) can be a rather unsettling infection for those afflicted with it. These are quite common, especially in women, and may occur at any point.

There are a variety of contributing factors that lead to a UTI and the symptoms are fairly recognizable.

For the individual suffering from this infection, there may be some terrible pain and burning associated with urination. There may be some abdominal pain associated, and there is often a frequency in the need to urinate. Oftentimes the urge to urinate is constant, but doesn’t always result in anything.

With a UTI, bacteria enters into the body through the urethra and often goes straight to the urinary tract. If left untreated, this can spread to the kidneys or even bladder, causing more severe problems.

With a UTI, it is important to seek medical attention at the onset of the symptoms. As these are so common, there are some excellent medications that can work well to get rid of the infection.

It’s important to be sure that it isn’t anything else, or especially that it doesn’t settle into anything more serious. A doctor can provide a proper diagnosis and will likely get you onto medication that will ease the symptoms right away.

Along with that, they may suggest some excellent and proven home remedies for a UTI. Whether you try them on your own or under doctor’s care, these natural cures can be quite helpful and easy to implement.

Home Remedies for UTI:

Cranberry Juice:

This is likely the most common and most effective home remedy for a UTI.

The cranberry juice has a natural property that fights off bacteria and removes it from clinging to the walls of the urinary tract. Recent studies have shown that cranberry juice helps fight urinary tract infections.

It’s important to drink a natural cranberry juice for the best effect and that it be consumed a couple of times a day.

Baking Soda:

Drinking a mixture of a small amount of baking soda mixed into a glass of water can help to get rid of a UTI.

Baking soda will generally help to neutralize the acidic nature of urine, and therefore restore the area to a natural state.

This mixture should be consumed 1-2 times a day at the very beginning of the symptoms, and it will prove to be an excellent home remedy for a UTI if taken right away.


Drinking plenty of fluids is an excellent natural cure for a UTI.

Water is the most effective of the fluids and if an individual suspects that they may have this infection, they should dramatically increase their intake.

This will help to flush out the system and remove the bacteria, thus allowing the urinary tract to get back to normal.

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 09:57

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