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5 Comments for the Urinary Tract Infection Home Remedy

Michelle

I went to this site looking for a home remedy as soon as I started to feel that familiar little tingle. I'be been a chronic sufferer since I was 15, (I am 24 now and have had around 200 infections in the past 9 years) so I know exactly when I am starting to get one. But doctor visits are insanely expensive (last time it was $300 without insurance, only for them to tell me what I already knew and have them prescribe the medicine I already told them I needed). I read a lot of people swearing by the vinegar and others by baking soda, so I tried them together- 1 teaspoon baking soda and 3 teaspoons vinegar. I was already into my third day of having an untreated infection and had little confidence, but all of my symptoms were gone by the next time I used the restroom, which didn't take long since I greatly increased my water intake as well. It's been 24 hours and I've taken another dose of vinegar and baking soda, and am still symptom free. I am going to keep doing this once a day for a week, just to make sure. I also read that people who take a teaspoon of baking soda a day never contract an infection again. I don't know if this is true or not, but It's worth a shot if it will put an end to this problem. If you are a chronic sufferer like me, you can appreciate how amazing it is to have relief and a cure with no doctor visit, paired with the possibility of never getting another infection if this remedy is maintained. Good luck, and I hope it works for others as well as it worked for me!

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Ashley

is it safe to drink this? i made a mixture and it fizzed like a science experiment.

Kel

Thanks for the advice yet I just tried the baking soda and ACV and was almost sick. I'd rather just drink ACV straight. I must be more sensitive to the mixture. I tried to add a small squeeze of lemon and honey hoping this would make the taste a little more bearable. Hoping it was worth it will have to find another remedy that I can use more continuous next time.

Anonymous

Just be careful too much sodium can spike your
blood pressure. So check yourself. It works but my blood pressure goes up.

Courtney

I've lived with UTIs for many years now as well. They started when I was 18 and I still get them at 22! I get them at least 3 times a month, but sometimes less with how god I am at taking my supplements. I just created a Google+ page that I will use for people to discuss what has or hasn't worked for them. Feel free to add your comments as well.

My page: https://plus.google.com/b/111816908268059210382/111816908268059210382/posts

Sana Powers

I am also going to try this. I am a chronic sufferer after sex and I am not giving up that, but the endless ER and Doctor's visits and bills are getting too high and I am not insured. I hope it works for me too, added a teaspoon of honey, it fizzed like Alka Seltzer which is cool.
Thanks Sana

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