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Feline Urinary Tract Infection - McDowell's Herbal Treatments

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Urinary tract infections are common in cats.

Normally, urine is sterile, which means that it doesn't contain any bacteria or other microorganisms. However, bacteria can sometimes travel up the urethra into the bladder, causing an infection. Infection leads to irritation, which causes the muscles in the bladder wall to spasm and an urge to urinate more often than usual. Cats with a urinary tract infection typically strain to urinate frequently, often passing only a small amount of cloudy or bloody urine.

In some bladder infections, minerals in the urine crystallize and form bladder stones, which can be as small as grains of sand or larger than marbles or small rocks. Stones can also create areas where bacteria can hide from antibiotics, leading to long-term infections that are difficult to treat & resistant to antibiotics.
The herbal support I recommend includes herbs specific to clearing infection,balancing urinary pH & preventing the occurance of stones.

The herbs in this mix are:


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