D-Mannose

Naturally occuring sugar to help prevent pesky urinary tract infections (UTIs)

D-Mannose is a natural sugar, similar to glucose, which binds to bacteria in the urinary tract, helping to flush it out before an infection forms

  • 100 powder capsules
  • 500mg of D-Mannose per capsule

⭐ UTI Support
🌱 Vegan
🌾 Gluten free

Total:

£


D-Mannose, £

Benefits of D-Mannose

Use D-Mannose to help prevent recurring UTIs and ease symptoms during a UTI infection

Prevent UTIs after sex

Alongside a post-sex trip to the loo

Keep UTI symptoms at bay

Fight the first signs of infection

Prevent recurring UTIs

A daily dose to prevent pesky infections that just won’t quit

What is D-Mannose?

D-Mannose is a naturally occurring sugar that can be found in small amounts in some fruits, and even coffee.

As a health supplement, it’s used for the prevention of recurring UTIs. Bacteria in the urinary tract bind to D-Mannose rather than attaching to the bladder wall, which helps the body flush out bacteria in the urine before an infection can make itself at home.

With D-Mannose

Bacteria binding to D-mannose, flushed out in the urine 🙌

Without D-Mannose

Bacteria binding to the bladder wall

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How to take D-Mannose powder capsules

Based on research evidence and feedback from our community, we recommend taking 4 x 500mg D-Mannose capsules with water after sex as a preventative measure if you’re prone to sex-related UTIs.

For UTI prevention, take 4 capsules in the morning and 4 in the evening for 2-3 days when you feel symptoms starting.

To help prevent recurrent UTIs on a long-term basis, take 4 capsules every day.

An ongoing study by Oxford University is trialling 2000mg of D-Mannose powder, taken daily for 6 months. We’ll keep you updated on progress!

Possible side effects of D-Mannose powder

As research is still ongoing, there are minimal recorded side effects with using D-Mannose. Evidence suggests:


  • Long-term use of doses higher than 0.2g/kg of body weight may cause diarrhoea or bloating

  • However, research suggests there are significantly fewer adverse effects (such as diarrhoea, nausea and vaginal burning) with D‑mannose compared to antibiotics

Can I take D-Mannose with antibiotics?

Yes, you can take D-Mannose with antibiotics. If you have been diagnosed with an acute UTI, you may be prescribed antibiotics by your healthcare professional to treat this. D-Mannose can be used alongside prescription antibiotics.

If you have recurrent UTIs and use D-Mannose as a preventative treatment, you may avoid getting a full-blown UTI altogether; avoiding the need for antibiotics.


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