Prevecist 30 Sachets
Helps maintain urinary health.
In individuals prone to recurrent urinary infections, especially in women, Prevecist can help maintain urinary health by reducing the risk of new episodes of recurrent urinary infections.
Prevecist is not an antibiotic, it does not treat ongoing urinary infections. However, it can be taken concurrently with the antibiotic therapy prescribed by the doctor in order to strengthen the defenses and help to create a urinary ecosystem less favorable to recurrences.
The recommended daily dose of Prevecist is 2 sachets per day: 1 sachet every 12 hours, preferably before meals (before lunch and before dinner) dissolved in a glass of water.
Higher doses may be used, taking care to maintain 2 daily doses (the duration of the anti-adhesion effect is about 12 hours).
Prevecist can be taken continuously over time.
Prevecist is not an antibiotic nor does it reduce the symptoms of urinary infection (pelvic discomfort, burning or difficulty passing urine, the need to urinate more frequently and in small amounts, cloudy or unpleasant odor). If you believe you have an ongoing urinary tract infection, you should consult your doctor to make a correct assessment and, if necessary, prescribe appropriate antibiotic therapy.
Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. Prevecist should not be taken in case of known allergy or hypersensitivity to any of its constituents.
Prevecist should be used with caution in patients receiving anticoagulants or oxalate nephrolithiasis (one of the different types of kidney stones). If you are taking anticoagulants or have kidney stones, you should get your doctor's opinion before you start taking Prevecist.