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Good Gut Health prevents Urinary Tract Infections

A Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is a bacterial or fungal infection that occurs in any part of the urinary system. Major symptoms are the frequent urge to urinate and a burning sensation during urination. Research study says good gut health prevents Urinary Tract Infections.

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) and gut health is connected in many ways. The gastrointestinal and urinary systems is closely linked. Maintaining a healthy gut can contribute to overall well-being, potentially impacting urinary health.

Not all individuals experiencing a UTI find antibiotics as the most fitting remedy. Multiple studies indicate that antibiotics do not necessarily thwart future infections or eradicate UTI-causing strains from the gut. In reality, they might heighten the chances of recurrence by maintaining the microbiome in a disrupted state.

Healthcare professionals who used to emphasize hygiene as the exclusive solution have started reconsidering their approach. The issue surpasses mere hygiene and centers on the ailment itself, specifically the interaction between the gut and the bladder and the levels of inflammation involved. People who are suffering from recurrent UTIs are repeatedly prescribed different antibiotics and that likely worsens the situation rather than resolving it.

Research indicates that a healthy microbiome can contribute to reducing stress and anxiety, aid in achieving weight loss goals, support heart health, and offer various other advantages.

Urinary Tract Infection

UTIs often stem from Escherichia coli and other harmful bacteria originating in the intestines, migrating to the urinary tract causing UTIs. However, individuals experiencing recurrent UTIs typically exhibit less diverse microbiomes compared to their UTI-free counterparts.

What is the connection between the gut and urinary tract?
Both the gut and urinary tract have their microbiomes, which consist of various bacteria. A healthy balance of bacteria in the gut can directly influence the urinary tract’s microbiome. A well-functioning gut is essential for a robust immune system. An immune system that is in good shape can better defend against infections, including those in the urinary tract.

Probiotics, which are beneficial bacteria, can positively influence gut health. Probiotics-rich food helps prevent UTIs by promoting a healthy balance of bacteria in the urinary tract and preventing the overgrowth of harmful bacteria. Antibiotics, commonly prescribed for UTIs, can disrupt the natural balance of bacteria in the gut. A healthy gut helps in the overall health of the body.

A well-balanced diet that includes Fiber and adequate hydration can support overall gut health. Additionally, staying hydrated is important for preventing urinary tract infections by flushing out bacteria from the urinary system. Certain foods or substances that irritate the gut may indirectly impact the urinary tract. Avoiding potential irritants can contribute to maintaining both gut and urinary health. Periodic gut cleansing using castor oil improves the gut health by increasing the percentage of good beneficial bacteria and decreasing the harmful bad bacteria.

Where to do Gut Microbiome Test?
AMMAGENOMICS Diagnostic Laboratory is the pioneer in offering the PCR-based microbiome testing. We give results in a quick turnaround time of three hours. We do Gut Dysbiosis test to know the percentage of the good bacteria and the bad bacteria. As good gut health prevents Urinary Tract Infections, gut cleansing eventually helps in curing Urinary Tract Infection. The root cause of the infection is found out using the microbiome testing. Based on the results free treatment suggestions and counselling for a complete cure is offered.

Lot of people who are suffering from UTI have been completely cured by AMMAGENOMICS diagnosis and treatment. MA Omics a part of AMMAGENOMICS manufactures Gut Cleansing Gel capsule for cleansing the gut and reset the Gut Microbiome.

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