Utiva is not a cure. It is not an antibiotic treatment against a urinary tract infection and should not be confused for pain relief.
In May 2019, the American urological Association upgraded its guidelines to include PACs from cranberries as a non-antibiotic option to protect and prevent recurring UTIs and maintain a healthy urinary system. According to physicians, Utiva does help with symptomatic relief of UTIs as it is a prevention supplement that helps to stop UTIs before they start, by preventing bacteria from taking hold in the bladder and naturally flushing out bacteria from the urinary tract.
Many patients have reported being UTI free since taking Utiva supplements on a daily basis. Any significant reduction of recurrences is a big win to reduce the burden and need for antibiotics, and restore a patient’s quality of life.