UROCRAN

The latest generation for the treatment of urine infection or cystitis

Urocran® is a unique combination. Specially developed to prevent and treat Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)

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Urocran® is a food supplement that contributes to the normal functioning of the urinary tract, as well as the excretory and immune system.

Each capsule contains: D-Mannose, Bifidobacterium longum LBL-01, Bifidobacterium infantis LBI-04, Lactobacillus acidophilus LLA-01, Lactobacillus casei LLC-04, Prebiotic fiber (Inulin) and 36 mg PAC Type A.

The recommended normal dose is 1-2 capsules a day, preferably at night before going to bed and after urinating. Your doctor can adjust the dose according to your criteria.

Urocran® is compatible with antibiotics intake. It can be administered to children from 3 years old. It is recommended to take the product for at least 6 months.

The recommended treatment for a urine infection or acute cystitis should be:

  • Use of antibiotic (2-7 days) + Urocran® Forte 30 sachets, 1 sachet at night for 1 month.

The recommended treatment in a recurring urinary infection or recurring cystitis should be:

  • ACUTE PHASE: Use of antibiotic (2-7 days) + Urocran® Forte 30 sachets, 1 sachet at night for 3 months.
  • MAINTENANCE PHASE: Urocran® 30 capsules, 1 capsule at night for 3 months.

The recommended treatment in a post-coital urine infection or post-coital cystitis should be:

  • Urocran® Forte 30 sachets, 1 sachet after each sexual intercourse 3 consecutive days.

The recommended treatment in a urinary infection or cystitis by probing or urinary catheters should be:

  • Urocran® Forte 30 sachets, 1 sachet at night for 6 months.

In the treatment of urine infection or cystitis in men and/or acute or chronic prostatitis, the form of use will be the same:

  • Urocran® Forte 30 sachets, 1 sachet at night for 6 months.

Package of 30 capsules.

UROLOGY

INFECTION OF URINE OR CYSTITIS


Urinary infection or cystitis is the acute or chronic inflammation of the urinary bladder caused by bacterial infection. The most frequent cause of urine infection or cystitis is E. coli infection.

For a bacterium to produce urine or cystitis infection, it must first colonize the urine from the bladder and subsequently produce an inflammatory response in the bladder mucosa.

About 50% of all healthy young women who suffer their first infection will develop a second in a period of 6 months.

Achieving a healthy microbiota in the vaginal, perianal and in the last region of the rectum is essential to avoid recurrent urinary infections or cystitis.