A urinary tract infection (UTI) is caused when bacteria attack any part of the urinary system resulting in inflammation and pain. The urinary tract consists of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. The most common source of UTIs is the bacteria Escherichia coli (E. coli), which sit on the skin in the genital area. Most UTIs occur when bacteria enter the urethra and infect the bladder. Bladder infection can spread into the kidney area.
UTIs can also result if urine in the bladder is blocked from the kidneys, either by kidney or bladder stones, or by bacteria reaching the kidneys through the bloodstream. If pain is extreme, seek the advice of your medical doctor as antibiotics may be necessary.
Renew Life’s Solution For Urinary Tract Infections
Cleanse the kidneys
and urinary system
Maintain healthy levels
of beneficial bacteria
- For women, it is important to wipe from front to back after bowel movements. This lowers the risk of bacteria from the rectum entering the urinary tract.
- Add fresh cranberries to your diet or drink real cranberry juice (not cranberry cocktail).
- Drink enough water to flush bacteria from your urinary system.