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A recent clinical study conducted by Rutgers University clarified why some cranberry supplements are effective at managing UTIs while others are not: It all boils down to which part of the berry the PAC (proanthocyanidins) come from.

Hint: it’s not the whole berry.

Only the PAC that come from pure concentrated juice extract have the power to fight UTI-causing bacteria.

antibiotics and UTIs.


If you have a confirmed UTI, all the experts agree, antibiotics are way to go.


But taking them every day to prevent UTIs may not be the best plan, because the bacteria can become resistant to the antibiotic, rendering it useless when you really need it.

“Every time you give your body an antibiotic, you are building up resistance to that particular antibiotic.”

Dr. Seth Cohen MD

Board Certified Urologic Surgeon, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery

antibiotics can also cause unwanted side effects.

Because antibiotics have a tendency to kill off more than just the bacteria in a microbiome that are causing your infection, they can further disrupt the natural balance across your pelvic triangle microbiomes, and beyond.

gastrointestinal issues: diarrhea, upset stomach, bloating

allergic reactions: skin rashes or other adverse reactions

yeast infections which can cause vaginal itching, irritation, and discharge

“I recommend Ellura for patients who are concerned about the side effects of repeatedly taking antibiotics.
I have many patients on Ellura who can't imagine life without it!”

Tamra Lewis, M.D.

Board Certified Urologic Surgeon, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery

get ahead of UTIs with ellura.


When taken daily, Ellura helps stop UTI-causing bacteria from sticking to your bladder. When bacteria can’t stick, they are literally flushed out with urine in a normal and healthy manner.

"I am a big supporter and believer in Ellura! There isn’t a day that goes by where I don’t recommend Ellura to my patients, and the best part is there is real science to back up its efficacy. Patients swear by it, and I love that I can offer them a supplement that really works so they don't have to depend on antibiotics."

Mary McHugh, DO

Board Certified Urologic Surgeon

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