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None of them: There is no good evidence that any forms help. If there is any benefit is small and depends on high does and ongoing treatment. See http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/251636.php and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urinary_tract_infection Better way, avoid fragrances in soaps, detergents, creams. and don't overscrub or wear tight clothing/thongs. Gentle cleansing only. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Small red spot on stool rest of it looked normal. Ate dried cranberries could that be the cause or is it blood?
Cranberries could: do it. Continue to monitor your stool for the next few days. Take care. ...Read more
Well,: There is some science behind the claims that cranberries can protect against urinary tract infections, especially in women who are prone to getting utis. Yet the benefit for other groups of people isn't as clear. Plus, there are no real recommendations on how much cranberry juice you'd need to drink to get any protection against utis. ...Read more
Why take cranberry?: Before giving a 9 year old a pill of "natural cranberry", i would want to know what you are attempting to treat with it. If it just a supplement that is one thing, but i would be concerned if you were trying to treat a medical problem with it. ...Read more
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