Up to 8% of girls and 2% of boys will get a UTI by age 5 and some may not yet have the ability to describe this symptom in words. So be on the lookout if you notice discomfort or if the grasp their private area when they urinate. Some kids who already have been toilet trained lose control over their bladder, and may wet the bed.
Know the feeling when you go to the toilet, relieve yourself, then feel the immediate need to rush back in there and pee again? That's your body trying to flush out the bacteria that's causing your UTI.
So What Now?
Remember that early care is the key to preventing your UTI. So here are a few tips for managing your care:
There are thousands of various live organisms in and on your body at any given moment. They coexist and form a holistic ecosystem, helping your immune system defend you from pathogenic bacteria. There are good bacteria and pathogenic bacteria and your goal for a balanced ecosystem is to have more good bacteria than bad. Your good bacterias’ food called “prebiotics”.That's why our patent-pending formula includes prebiotics that help deliver what your digestive system needs give your body a fighting chance against infections.
2. D Mannose
A good bacteria balance is extremely important to bladder health. One of the main ingredients in femiNature are designed to flush out bacteria urinary tract. D Mannose is a naturally occurring sugar with anti-adherence properties that keeps bacteria from sticking to the walls of your bladder and urinary tract.
Your main goal when you feel UTI creeping up on you is to flush the bacteria out of your body. Guess how you do that? By drinking lots and lots of water and peeing it all out.
Drinking at least 10 cups a day is crucial in the first few days surrounding a flare up so make sure you stay hydrated and try to empty your bladder completely every time you relieve yourself.