Magazine 11 May 2024

Tachypirin and cystitis in the absence of fever: this what you need to know

Dear Friend,

you know, cystitis is a problem that afflicts most of us women at least once in our lives.

What we are interested in knowing today is whether we can take acetaminophen (contained in medicines such as Tachipirin) to treat this annoying problem.

Are you ready?

Let’s start now!

Cystitis treatment: everything you need to know to fight this infection

Tachypirin and cystitis: when to take it

Paracetamol medicines-such as the case with Tachypirin-are never lacking inside our first-aid drawer.

We hire them on so many occasions, and often times they prove to be a big help.

But what about when it comes to cystitis? Is it possible to take Tachypirin in this case as well? 🧐

First, it is important to know that this type of medicine can only be taken with a prescription from your primary care physician.

Having said that, I’ll get right back to you: you can take Tachipirin in case of cystitis, but only if you have a fever. 🤒

Well, having said that now let’s look at some remedies to fight cystitis naturally.

That’s right, you read it right.

Moving on! 💪🏻

Read also: Why there is (really) no immediate cure for cystitis

Goodbye cystitis, it was a pleasure!

1. Water, water and more water

First, drink lots (but lots) of water!

Drinking regularly is one of the easiest ways to prevent and treat urinary tract infections.

Water helps organs remove waste from the body while conserving vital nutrients and electrolytes.

In addition, hydration dilutes pee, which prevents bacteria from reaching the cells of the uterine cavity and causing infection.

So, always carry your nice canteen of fresh water with you!

There is no set recommendation on the number of liters to drink per day because each person’s water needs are different. However, if we want to take an average, you should try to drink at least six to eight glasses of water (2-3 liters) a day.

2. Feel like peeing? Don’t neglect it!

Second, try to pee when you feel the need.

Keep in mind that frequent urination puts pressure on the bacteria in the urinary tract, helping to kill them.

3. Use probiotics

Beneficial bacteria, known as probiotics, can help keep the urinary tract healthy and free of harmful bacteria, as is the case with our Dimann Flor.

In particular, lactobacilli can help treat and prevent urinary tract infections.

These probiotics are found in so many foods, including:

  • yogurt;
  • kefir;
  • some types of cheese;
  • sauerkraut.

4. Take in a sufficient amount of vitamin C

Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps improve the functioning of the immune system.

Therefore, try to consume at least three fruits a day-preferably peeled and well washed-such as:

  • blueberries;
  • currants;
  • kiwi;
  • berries.

These help strengthen the urinary tract and therefore are good allies in defeating your cystitis.

5. Clean from front to back

Many urinary tract infections develop when bacteria from the rectum or feces gain access to the urethra, the small tube from which we pee.

Once in there, the bacteria can reach other organs in the urinary tract and cause infections.

After urinating, always clean yourself so that bacteria do not come into contact with your genitals, and be sure to use separate pieces of toilet paper to clean your genitals and anus.

6. Practice good sexual hygiene

Sexual intercourse introduces bacteria and other microbes from outside the body into the urinary tract. Practicing good sexual hygiene can help reduce the amount of bacteria that people can transfer during sex and other sexual acts (I talk about this very topic of post-coital cystitis in this guide ).

Examples of good sexual hygiene are:

  • Urinating before and immediately after sex;
  • Use contraceptives such as condoms;
  • Wash the genitals, especially the foreskin, before and after intercourse;
  • Wash genitals or change condoms if switching from anal to vaginal sex;
  • Ensure that sexual partners are aware of any current or previous urinary tract infections.

That said, there is another natural solution that will help you not only beat cystitis, but also prevent it!

Follow me in the next paragraph. ❤️

D-mannose: the natural product that will make you (finally) say goodbye to cystitis

If you have never heard of D-mannose, don’t worry.

Now I’ll explain how it works.

It is a monosaccharide (thus a simple sugar) that has been shown to be particularly beneficial in defeating cystitis.

Basically, the bacteria have little legs that they use to cling to the urinary tract: by taking D-mannose, the bacteria slip off and are excreted naturally through urination.

Learn about all our products (available in kits or sold individually) for the treatment and prevention of cystitis.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me; I would be happy to hear your story.

Alternatively, try our ‘Find Your Path‘ test and find out which products are best for you.

I give you a big hug,

Lorenza

Read also: Cystitis and leg pain? When to worry and when not to worry

Here’s what we talked about today

  • You can take acetaminophen to treat cystitis only on the advice of your doctor and if you have a fever.
  • There are many ways to prevent and combat cystitis: drink plenty of water, eat a balanced diet and have good intimate hygiene.
  • Dimann brand products, such as our Dimann Puro product, are excellent allies in treating and preventing cystitis.

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