Can Clear Potentially Harmful Bladder & Urinary Tract Bacteria
The health of your bladder and urinary tract depends mainly on effectively deterring certain bacteria from adhering from the lining of the bladder. A buildup of bacteria causes bladder and urinary tract (UT) imbalances. Many women may be able to feel when a UT imbalance is occurring or coming.
UroFem D-mannose is a naturally occurring carbohydrate that naturally deters harmful bacteria from adhering to the bladder and urinary tract walls resulting in the natural removal of bacteria.
UroFem is Non-Antibiotic, Naturally Acting & Available Without Prescription From Your Pharmacy
Taking UroFem daily has been scientifically shown to help deter harmful bacteria from adhering to your bladder and urinary tract 
How UroFem Works
UroFem helps your body naturally remove potentially harmful bacteria from your bladder & urinary tract.
The bacteria are unable to attach it is simply flushed away when you urinate.
UroFem helps maintain your body's healthy bacterial balance and helps keep the bladder and urinary tract healthy
Bladder & UT Imbalances
Harmful bladder and UT bacteria cause problems by sticking to the inside of your bladder and urinary tract. the continued build-up of harmful bacteria can be problematic
In the past you may have taken or heard of using Cranberry containing products to support urinary and bladder health. In 2012 an independent international review of all clinical studies of cranberry containing products was undertaken.
Known as a Cochrane Review the authors found that cranberry containing products were of no benefit compared to taking a placebo (a fake), in helping to keep the urinary tract healthy.
UroFem receives ACC listing
UroFem 1000mg d-mannose tablets are now a listed medical consumable, meaning UroFem is funded for relevant people eligible under Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC).
ACC medical consumables product code
Clinical trials aid Antimicrobial Stewardship in NZ
Until recently there has been a paucity of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) in relation to the non-antibiotic improvement of UTI symptoms and maintenance of a healthy Urinary tract and bladder.