Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Salveo’s Herbal Remedy Is Best for Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary tract infection, also called dysuria, is a common disease that mostly occurs in women of all ages. Although it is reported that men also suffer from this ailment, they are reported to be less susceptible to this disease. According to a recent study, most of the female patients suffered from this disease for more than second times. This trend is really alarming and it has created more anxiety amongst them.

Recurrent urinary tract infection would prove to be fatal for a female body if it is not treated properly. Usually, chronic infection does not develop into something serious if medically treated from the initial phase. If it is not, then this type of infection can affect any portion of urinary system such as urethra, bladder, kidney and ureter.

However, urinary tract infection does not show off very obvious symptoms.However there are a few symptoms that the patients suffering from this ailment can experience at any point of time. These include

Persistent as well as strong urge to urinate
Passing frequent and also small amount of urine
Experiencing burning sensation while urinating
Passing cloudy, bright pink, red colored urine

In fact this infection recurs whenever the bacteria remains within the body and get the scope to grow. Escherichia coli bacteria are responsible for causing this type of infection amongst the patients.

To get relief from this ailment, people usually depend on the herbal remedies, especially the one offered by Salveo Life Sciences. Its Normout Syrup is a safe poly herbal formulation that can be used for curing urinary stones, burning micturition and also for recurrent urinary tract infection. It is prepared from herbal extracts such as Tribulusterrestris, Boerhaviadiffusa, Shwetparpati and does not cause any side effects on the body.

Disclaimer: The information on this page is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice. Please do not use this information to diagnose or treat health problems without consulting a doctor.


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