Magazine 16 November 2023

How to treat cystitis without antibiotic: nature offers us the solution!

My dear friend,

How many times have you tried to treat cystitis? You may have listened to your friend who used a very powerful antibiotic that solved her problem right away.

But then, not even time to sing victory and the cystitis returned stronger than ever.

And you must have thought, “But that’s not possible!!!” 🤯

If it is any consolation, know that you are not the only one going through this ordeal.

In fact, there are many women who, tired of not getting real results, have decided to turn to a natural method that has proven to be far more effective.

Are you wondering which one?

Keep reading this article, it is definitely for you!

The natural solution that will help you cure cystitis (yes, even without antibiotic)

Why antibiotic is not always the best solution for cystitis

If you have confronted a friend or acquaintance who suffers from cystitis, chances are you have talked about the effects of this or that medication, the course of treatment, and the time it took to resolve the infection.

Yet, you should know that antibiotics are not always the best solution, and now I’ll explain why.

Antibiotics, while effective in treating bacterial infections, can lead to a number of side effects and complications.

Let’s assume that cystitis is an inflammation, and because it is not always caused by an infection (as in the case of interstitial cystitis), prescribing antibiotics is not always the most effective and correct route.

Another problem is that antibiotics often shut down the vital functions of bacteria, including some of the ‘good’ bacteria, affecting vaginal and intestinal flora.

But that is not all.

In addition to causing cramping, diarrhea and bloating, antibiotics weaken our natural defenses, increasing the risk of candida and causing a general sense of weakness.

As if all this were not already enough, there is also the possibility that the bacteria will develop some sort of resistance, making subsequent treatment more difficult.

So, while antibiotics resolve the infection quickly, there is a risk that it will recur just as quickly! 🥶

Quite a problem.

Read also: Why does cystitis come? Let’s have clarity

Fight cystitis without medication? The answer is D-mannose

Although it may seem that I am trying to condemn antibiotics, believe me, that is not my intent.

However, I can assure you that many women have given up medication to seek a more natural solution.

It is precisely in this regard that I talk to you about D-mannose, and if you do not know what I am referring to, I will briefly give you an idea.

Recent studies have shown the effectiveness of D-mannose not only in treating but also in preventing urinary infections, especially for those women who do not respond well to traditional antibiotic treatments.

Basically, D-mannose is a simple monosaccharide that, in the case of Dimann brand products, is extracted from birch to achieve the best quality.

But how does it work and what makes it so special that it can be compared with medicines?

First of all, it is a 100% natural product-in the case of Dimann Puro – that allows cystitis bacteria to be expelled just as naturally.

Which is? Peeing!

Keep in mind that many bacteria have some kind of legs that keep them clinging to the walls of the bladder: with the intake of D-mannose, these bacteria slip away, because they can no longer anchor themselves.

In addition, D-mannose is not metabolized like other sugars, so it does not affect blood sugar levels, making it suitable even for those with diabetes.

Speaking of bacteria, I leave you here the complete list of those sensitive to our very own D-mannose: if you’d like to take a look! 😉

But so is D-mannose sufficient to combat cystitis? Here, not exactly

Now you may think I’ve gone crazy. 😅

Unfortunately, however, it is not enough to take D-mannose and believe that you have completely eradicated cystitis.

To do so, one must consider all risk factors that can cause infection, such as:

  • Anatomical causes;
  • infectious causes (eight times out of ten E. coli is the bacterium responsible);
  • Physiological causes (menopause, pregnancy, etc.);
  • power supply;
  • Constipation.
  • Sexual relations.
  • stress;
  • etc.

It is essential to adopt a healthy lifestyle and pay attention to these factors to reduce the risk of cystitis. In addition, adopting good hygiene practices can play a crucial role in prevention.

If you would like to learn more, I leave here the link to the full list of risk factors, but remember that if you have any questions you can write to me, I would be happy to help. 🥰

Also, if you want to better understand how to solve your cystitis problem, you can try our ‘Find Your Path‘ quiz: by answering our questions, we will suggest your own personalized path against cystitis.

I give you a big hug,

Lorenza

 

In this article we talked about…

  • Cystitis can also be treated without an antibiotic, which often only makes subsequent treatment more stubborn.
  • D-mannose is a natural solution that, when taken in the correct way, helps fight infection and prevent future ones.
  • Taking D-mannose products is not enough to eradicate cystitis; special attention should be paid to one’s habits, diet, intimate hygiene, and consider other external factors such as stress, pregnancy, or sexual intercourse.

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