Care Cystitis Relief

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  • 4g Granules for oral solution
  • Cranberry Flavour
  • Effective relief from the symptoms of cystitis
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  • 4g Granules for oral solution
  • Cranberry Flavour
  • Effective relief from the symptoms of cystitis
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  • Care Cystitis Relief sachets are for the relief of the symptoms of cystitis in women and are cranberry flavoured.

Description
Cystitis is an acute common condition amongst many women, which can occur at any age. It tends to manifest in pregnant, sexually active and post-menopausal women and is usually accompanied by the desire to pass urine frequently, with a degree of burning. More severe attacks are associated with a cramp-like pain in the lower abdomen even after the bladder has been emptied. Although mild cases of cystitis often improve on their own without the need for any treatment, a short course of antibiotics may be prescribed.

Care Cystitis Relief sachets contain the active ingredient, sodium citrate dihydrate, a sodium salt of citric acid combined with two water molecules. Sodium citrate dihydrate can help relieve the discomfort of mild cystitis by controlling pH levels and therefore making urine less acidic. Sodium citrate dihydrate also makes the environment in the bladder less favourable for the survival of the infecting bacteria.
Usage
Adults: Contents of 1 sachet in water 3 times daily over 48 hours. 6 sachets to be taken for a treatment.
Ingredients
Granules, providing a combined alkalinity equivalent to 4.4g sodium citrate, containing sodium citrate 2.8g, citric acid 1g, sodium bicarbonate 1.2g, sodium carbonate 0.1g
Suitable For
To be used by adult women only. Should not be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Cautions/Allergies
Not to be used in pregnancy, heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, any kidney disease or where a restricted salt intake is indicated.
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