Newsletters | Uriexo 36 mg Pac / 2000 mg D Mannose – Natural Urinary Tract Supplement and UTI Prevention

Volume 45: June 2024

Understanding the Connection: Vaginal Atrophy and Urinary Tract Infections in Postmenopausal Women

Volume 44: May 2024

Vaginal Moisturizers vs. Lubricants: Choosing the Right Solution for Vaginal and Urinary Health

Volume 43: April 2024

Choosing the Right Vaginal Products: Soaps, Washes, and Moisturizers

Volume 42: March 2024

What Women Should Know About their Pelvic Health at Every Age

Volume 41: February 2024

Did you know that Vaginal bacteria can trigger recurrent UTIs?

Volume 40: January 2024

Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause: What Are Its Causes and What You Can Do About it?

Volume 39: December 2023

Can drinking more water really help you fight urinary track infections?

Volume 38: November 2023

Cranberry and D-Mannose: A Power Duo for Urinary Tract Health

Volume 37: October 2023

Five Signs of Vaginal Atrophy 

Volume 36: September 2023

MYTHS and FACTS About Urinary Tract Infections: What you need to Know

Volume 35: August 2023

How Vaginal Health Can Reduce Risk of UTIs

Volume 34: July 2023

Why do I have to pee all the time?

Volume 33: June 2023

Overactive Bladder vs. Urinary Tract Infection: What’s the Difference?

Volume 32: May 2023

Does Risk of UTIs Increase with Age?

Volume 31: April 2023

Silent Urinary Infections, Serious Consequences

Volume 30: March 2023

Diabetes and UTIs: What You Should Know

Volume 29: February 2023

Men and UTIs: Time to Break the Silence

Volume 28: January 2023

Like Mother, Like Daughter: Are Urinary Tract Infections Hereditary?

Volume 27: December 2022

How to Avoid Getting a UTI After Sex

Volume 26: November 2022

Overactive Bladder (OAB) vs. Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs): What’s the Difference?

Volume 25: October 2022

Is Interstitial Cystitis (IC) Linked To Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)?

Volume 24: September 2022

Persistent UTI vs. Recurrent Or Frequent UTI: What’s The Difference?

Volume 23: August 2022

Infections, Especially UTIs, May Be Triggers for Strokes

Volume 22: July 2022

UTIs in the Elderly: Signs, Symptoms and Treatments

Volume 21: June 2022

5 Common Causes of Recurrent UTIs That Can Make Peeing a Literal Pain

Volume 20: May 2022

Why do I get UTIs so often?

Volume 19: April 2022

12 Signs of a Kidney Infection to Know About and When to Seek Medical Attention

Volume 18: March 2022

Keeping Your Urinary Tract Healthy After Menopause

Volume 17: February 2022

ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE: As Dangerous as a Pandemic

Volume 16: January 2022

What is a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) in Adults?

Volume 15: December 2021

Embedded UTIs: What It Is and What to Do About It

Volume 14: November 2021

10 Signs of a Bladder Infection

Volume 13: October 2021

What’s the Difference Between a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) and Vaginal Infection?

Volume 12: September 2021

Urinary Problems and Type 2 Diabetes

Volume 11: August 2021

Seniors With UTIs Need Antibiotics ASAP, Study Says

Volume 10: July 2021

UTI Symptoms & How to Recognize Easy to Miss Signs

Volume 9: June 2021

Tough-to-Treat UTIs More Likely to Recur

Volume 8: May 2021

What Causes UTIs

Volume 7: April 2021

Why So Many Older Women Develop UTIs

Volume 6: March 2021

Urinary Tract Infections Affect Many Canadians and the Cures Are Faltering

Volume 5: February 2021

10 Causes of Urinary Tract Infections

Volume 4: January 2021

Drinking Enough Water Could Be Key to Avoiding UTIs

Volume 3: December 2020

Sex and UTIs

Volume 2: November 2020

Alarming Rise in Antibiotic-Resistant UTIs: Study

Volume 1: October 2020

Urinary Tract Infection News

Developing a daily routine with URIEXO® is the secret to preventing and eliminating UTIs, once and for all.

Uriexo Vegicaps – For Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), Antibiotic-Free, D-Mannose & Proanthocyanidins (PACs)

Mode of Action: Click here to learn more about URIEXO’s two-pronged defence to shield you from bacteria without using antibiotics!

Preventative Treatment: Click here to learn more about how to start your routine with URIEXO to prevent your next Urinary Tract Infection.

URIEXO vs. Antibiotics: Click here to learn more about how taking URIEXO can help you avoid taking antibiotics and more importantly, avoid antibiotic resistance.

URIEXO vs. Other Products: URIEXO is different from other products available without prescription, in five important key ways. Click here to see the difference for yourself!

PACs Measurement: Click here to learn more about the different types of cranberry measurements and how URIEXO ensures you are optimally covered.

FAQs: Click here to find the answers to commonly asked questions on Uriexo and urinary tract infections.

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