Urinary Tract Infection Symptoms and
Women may experience a vaginal discharge. Newborns may develop diarrhea. Others may have flank pain...
Nonetheless, there are still tell-tale signs to watch out for that usually say you have a urinary tract infection such as:
UTI is a bacterial infection that involves any part of your urinary tract, the most common of which is acute cystitis or bladder infection. Pyelonephritis affects the upper urinary tract or kidney and is potentially more serious.
The infection occurs when Escherichia coli (E coli), the primary bacterial agent, gets into your kidney or bladder and multiplies in the urine. Although they can be discomforting, UTIs are usually easily treated when detected and attended to early in its development.
Antibiotics should only be your last choice as they kill the good along with the bad bacteria. All antibiotics have horrible side effects and can cause ugly allergic reactions.
Using coconut oil is a much better approach! Its plentiful Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFA) possess fearsome "antimicrobial" properties that can destroy UTI-causing bacteria, specifically the E coli bacterium.
MCFAs annihilate bacteria as well as other disease-causing organisms such as viruses, parasites, yeasts, worms, fungi, protozoa, etc.
But unlike antibiotics that kill harmless and even beneficial bacteria, coconut oil does it safely by targeting only the bad guys.
Throw coconut water into the plan of attack and your urinary tract infection symptoms should be gone in no time!
Coconut water has long been recognized for its healing properties on the urinary system. It is very instrumental in preventing bladder infections and dissolving kidney stones. A natural diuretic, it dilutes urine so that stones are less likely to form and helps to flush existing stones out.
Drink plenty of pure water. Take the
coconut oil maintenance dosage
and don’t forget your coconut juice. It's all very good for your urinary system!