have had uti's for over 7 years. help
What have you taken for the chronic urinary tract infections?
You may find the information in the link below useful.
Some people take cranberry supplements as well and find these helpful.
I am 66 years old and have suffered recurrent UTIS my whole life.
I was married for 30 years and towards the end of our married life sex became very problematic for me especially after menopause.
The nightmare never stopped, numerous courses of antibiotics, pain ,frustration and I thought that my sex life was coming to an end.
Disaster struck, breast cancer and to this an added anti hormonal treatment for 5 years, sex became impossible.
My husband left me and found a younger woman.
In a way it was a relief of UTIS as sex was the primary cause of it.
I tried all the recommended techniques to no avail.
3 years down the tract I have met another man and the problem started again.
A friend of mine who has MS suffered recurrent UTIS for different reasons, I called her as I knew she was taking a drug for it and no longer had any problems, a urine anti bacterial and antiseptic.
I went to my GP and asked about this drug, she said let's try it.
The drug is called HIPREX and is to be taken twice a day in conjunction with vitamin C.
It works a treat for me, this man does not live with me so I just take it when I know we will have sex and then 48 hrs later I stop.
It can be taken short term or long term.
If you have a tendency to thrush which most women with UTIS suffer from, another simple and effective remedy is to take CANDEX INNER HEALTH which is a special formula for women.
I am not a health professional but it works for me and it has taken that long to end the nightmare.
Talk to your GP for your dosage and recommendation,I have no side effects.
I truly hope this help.
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