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* Kranjcec B. et al., World J Urol (2014) 32: 79-84.
** Salvatore S. et al., Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol. 2011 Jun;156(2):131-6.

What is Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)? 

Every woman will have a chance to get UTI once in a lifetime, in which 25-33% of UTI patients has recurrent .*

/ Urinary tract infection is an inflammation of the lower urinary tract caused by a bacteria
/ 95% of the cases is caused by Escherichia Coli bacteria while only 5% is caused by other bacteria*

Factors are more likely to cause UTI
/ Drink too little water
/ Holding back urine
/ Improper hygienic behavior
/ Tight jeans
/ Weaken immune system because of high pressure or insufficient sleep
/ With previous UTI history
/ Hormone change (pregnancy, menopause and etc.)
/ After sexual intercourse

High risk groups
/ Office ladies with high pressure
/ Pregnant or menopause women
/ Diabetes patients
/ Sexually active women
/ Patients with catheter

/ Painful urination
/ Urinating frequently in small amounts
/ Blood in urine
/ Unclear and smelling urine
/ Pain of the lower back

* Ho P.L. et al., Diagn Microbiol Infect Dis. 2010 Jan;66(1):87-93.

UTI Self Test*

If you answers Yes to any of Question 1 to 4, you might have UTI.

The probability of UTI in a woman with dysuria, urinary frequency, or gross haematuria is about 50%.** ~46% UTI patients report having frequent urination.^

The probability of UTI in a woman with dysuria, urinary frequency, or gross haematuria is about 50%.** ~65% UTI patients report having painful urination.^

UTI is characterised by suprapubic pain.** ~60% UTI patients report having suprapubic pain.^

Blood in urine may be caused by UTIs or other diseases. ~33% UTI patients report having blood in urine.^ Ask for an urgent doctor appointment if you have blood in the urine.


* Dawson C & Nethercliffe JM, ABC of Urology (2012), 3rd ed., Wiley-Blackwell, ISBN 978-0-470-65717-1. 
** Josip C, BMJ. 2006 Jan 14; 332(7533): 94–97.
^ SymCAT. Accessed on March 2018.

How to prevent UTI?*,**

If you’ve ever had a UTI, you know it is painful and frustrating, especially if they keep coming back. There are some simple measures you can take to help prevent getting one in the first place.  

/ Drink plenty of water, and relieve yourself often. The simplest way to prevent a UTI is to flush bacteria out of the bladder and urinary tract before it can set in.
/ Wipe from front to back. Bacteria tend to hang around the anus. If you wipe from front to back, especially after a bowel movement, they're less likely to make it to the urethra.
/ Wash up before sex and urinate after it. This keeps bacteria away from the urethra. And urinating afterward pushes any bacteria that entered the urinary tract back out.
/ Drink ViViCare® UTdrink to relieve and prevent intimate part discomforts.

* NHS Choices. Accessed on March 2018.
** WebMD. Accessed on March 2018.

What is ViViCare® UTIdrink?


ViViCare® UTIdrink

ViViCare® UTIdrink is a food supplement containing D-Mannose and Cranberry Proanthocyanidins. It is indicated to relieve or prevent different discomforts of female intimate part including Burning, Urge and Frequent Sensation. D-Mannose and Cranberry Proanthocyanidins can simultaneously inhibit the capacity of the micro-organism or pathogens to adhere to female intimate part to exert double protection.

/ Relieve and Prevent Discomforts of Intimate Part
/ Clinically Tested Ingredient - D-Mannose (Effective as Antibiotic)*
/ Safe and Drug Free
/ Quick Dissolving and Absorption

Country of Origin
/ Made in Italy


ViViCare® UTIdrink Exerts Protection via Clinically Tested Ingredient*

ViViCare® UTIdrink contains 2 active ingredients to exert its double protections.
D-Mannose inhibits significantly the adherence of bacteria in the epithelium of urinary tract, thus reducing the discomfort of urinary tract and helping to prevent future recurrences.*
Cranberry Extract contains high amounts of Proanthocyanidins. They can inhibit the capacity of bacteria to adhere to intestinal epithelial cells. This can reduce the possibility of translocation into urinary tract.**

Over 80% of Patients Do Not have UTI During 6 Months of Treatment*

 / Over 80% of patients do not have UTI during 6 months
/ Same efficacy as antibiotic but with less complications
/ Lower recurrence rate by 4 times
/ Extend time of symptom onset by almost 2 times

* Kranjcec B. et al., World J Urol (2014) 32: 79-84.
** Beerepoot M & Geerlings S, Pathogens. (2016) Apr 16;5(2).

Direction of Use


/ Dissolve one sachet in a glass of water (approx. 250ml)
/ The sachets should be given spread over the day
/ To prevent recurrence, the duration of usage should be 1 month
/ For adult and children over 14 years old

/ Do not exceed the daily dosage
/ Do not consume during pregnancy
/ Food supplements are not meant to be used as substitutes of a complete, varied and balanced nutrition as well as a healthy lifestyle
/ Keep out of reach of children

Where to buy ViViCare® UTIdrink?


/ Mannings stores
/ Local pharmacies & drug stores


Female urethra is shorter and closer to the anus and this allows bacteria from the intestines to come into contact more easily with urethra.  

They refer to different infections sites and are caused by different pathogens with different symptoms. You should consult health care professional if you have any query on your situation.

It is recommended to take ViViCare® UTIdrink everyday for at least 1 month to prevent recurrence.

There is no side effect as long as you do not exceed the daily dosage.

You should consult health care professional if you take other medicines/supplements at the same time.

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