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Ultimate UT

Ultimate UT

For UTI's and Cystitis

Containing D-Mannose and clinically proven powerful ingredients designed to support your Urinary Tract. Support for Urinary Tract Infections and Cystitis.


What I'm About

Helping to say goodbye to uncomfortable waterworks with Ultimate UT. A dissolvable powder containing four clinically researched species and strains of Lactobacillus and D-Mannose. Ultimate UT is a women's supplement designed to help support your urinary tract comfort and wellbeing and potentially relieve the symptoms of UTI/Cystitis.

What's inside the box

Pack contains 15 or 30 sachets of dissolvable powder with a slightly sweet taste.

How to take me

How to use Ultimate UT: Dissolve one sachet into a large glass of water (and give a good stir). Drink this alongside a meal, either in the AM with breakfast or PM with your dinner. Take consistently for sustained support.

Intensive use to potentially help relieve symptoms:
3 sachets a day for 3 days
2 sachets a day for 2 days
1 sachet a day after that.

Everyday maintenance use:
One sachet a day, every day.

What I'm made of


D-Mannose 2mg
vaginal Lactobacillus strains:
L. crispatus(LBV88)
L. rhamnosus(LBV96)
L. gasseri(LBV150N)
L. jensenii(LBV116)

D-Mannose binds to bad bacteria preventing them from sticking to the urinary tract and causing an infection while these special strains of Lactobacillus have been selected for their ability to reach the vaginal alive. A healthy vaginal microbiome helps prevent urinary tract infections.

Soya free.





"As a gynecologist, I recognise the potential positive influence of products that focus on specific beneficial microbes which restore and maintain a balanced vaginal microbiome. The science-backed approach aligns seamlessly with my commitment to empowering women in managing their reproductive well-being. I wholeheartedly endorse promoting optimal vaginal health."
Dr. Jo Bailey MB ChB, FRCS(Ed), MRCOG
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How do I know if I have a UTI?

Take our vaginal health quiz now, designed as a vaginal symptom checker to help you work out what might be going a bit wrong with your vaginal health.

What causes UTI's?

There are many factors that can lead to UTIs, here are a few:

-The act of sex can physically mix things up a bit and spermicides on some condoms affect your delicate microbiome balance.

-Unprotected sex can alter your vaginal pH level as semen is highly alkaline,meaning the pH of your vagina might go up.

-Menopause - decreases in the amount of oestrogen which can lead to changes in the vagina and urinary tract.

-Pregnancy- Having a weakened immune system- for example, people with diabetes or people having chemotherapy

-Not drinking enough fluids- Not keeping the genital area clean and dry.

-Infection of the bladder and urethra.

Symptoms of UTIs include:
-Pain or a burning sensation when peeing.

-Needing to pee more often than usual.

-Needing to pee suddenly or more urgently than usual.

-Pee that looks cloudy.
-Blood in your pee.

-Lower tummy pain or pain in your back, just under the ribs.

-Strong-smelling urine.

-Pelvic pain, in women — especially in the center of the pelvis and around the area of the pubic bone.

Prevention of UTIs

To help prevent UTIs:
- Always stay properly hydrated.
- You can take D-Mannose for UTIs which has been highly researched and is known to stop bacteria sticking to the walls of the urinary tract.
- Wipe from front to back. Doing this after going to the toilet helps prevent the spread of bad bacteria from the anus to the urethra.
- Have a pee after having sex. This will flush out any bacteria that have found their way into the urethra after sex.
- Don’t use irritating ‘feminine’ products like scented wipes, douches, deodorants as these can irritate the urethra and can also disrupt the vaginal microbiome.
- Avoid using condoms with spermicidal lube, use non-spermicidal lube instead.
- Limit intake of alcohol, and sugary foods and drinks.
- If you are menopausal, intravaginal oestrogen or non-hormonal vaginal moisturisers can be helpful.

Hit those UTI's with our guide for a stress-free pee

Your ultimate guide to stopping those UTI infections in their tracks. Remember, prevention is key, so don't wait until the unwelcome guest arrives to take action. Stay hydrated, practice good hygiene, and embrace the power of Ultimate UT. Your urinary tract will thank you, and you'll be back to living your best, UTI-free life in no time.

Frequently asked questions
How does D-Mannose help?

D-Mannose has been added to our womens probiotic blend to help clear away the bacteria in your waterworks that are giving you a problem. D-Mannose is a natural sugar which is found in fruit including Cranberry. It works by preventing the bacteria causing your infection sticking to the walls of your urethra and allows your body to wash them away as you pee.

What do our live bacterial supplements do to help?

Our clinically researched and patented blend of 4 Lactobacillus - L. crispatus, L. rhamnosus, L. gasseri and L. jensenii are the same as those found in a healthy vaginal microbiome.

How soon will I start to feel improvements?

If you are taking our sachets for intensive use, you should start to notice a difference in the first 24-48 hours.
Following the instructions for use, continue to take one sachet a day until the end of the pack. This is the time it takes for the Lactobacillus strains to start to supplement your vaginal microbiome. If you want to keep your Vaginal and Urinary tract in tip-top condition, take Ultimate UT daily.

How long should I take this for?

To keep things nice and comfortable, take one sachet per day, every day.

If you want to supplement your vaginal and urinary tract microbiome you can take Ultimate UT consistently on a long-term basis.

Can I take these with other medication?

It is safe to take Ultimate UT with prescription medication for BV, Thrush and Urinary Tract Infections/Cystitis.

Can I take this when I’m pregnant?

All our products are safe and natural and our probiotic Lactobacillus strains are safe in pregnancy. D-Mannose, which has been added to tackle urinary tract infections is a type of sugar and pregnancy may affect sugar levels. We recommended speaking to your doctor before taking this product if you are pregnant.

Can I take this if I get recurrent UTI’s?


Our specific vaginal Lactobacilli are proven to reach and populate your vagina. D-Mannose helps flush bad bacteria (E.coli) from your urinary tract and the good bacteria boost this positive environment.

The UK National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) say in their self-care recommendations that "Some women with recurrent UTI may wish to try D-mannose if they are not pregnant".

What is the shelf-life of Ultimate UT?

Information on the outer pack specifies the shelf life, which is two years from manufacture. To guarantee that our priceless probiotics and D-Mannose is completely effective for the duration of their shelf life, they are packaged in moisture-proof sachet packing and kept in a regulated atmosphere. We don't keep our probiotic products in jars because they can deteriorate as soon as they come into contact with moist air. We guarantee that the blister packing will provide maximum effectiveness for the full shelf life.

Are there any natural remedies for UTIs?

Some natural remedies, such as cranberry juice or supplements like our Ultimate UT, may help prevent UTIs, but these are not a substitute for medical treatment.

How can I manage UTI symptoms at home?

To manage your symptoms at home, drink plenty of water, using a hot water bottle to alleviate pelvic pain, avoiding caffeine and alcohol.

What are the complications of untreated UTIs?

Untreated UTIs can lead to serious complications, including recurrent infections, permanent kidney damage, sepsis, and in pregnant women, increased risk of delivering low birth weight or premature infants.

Can men get UTIs?

Although they are far more common in women, UTIs can also affect men. It's possible for men to have UTIs without showing any symptoms at all. When symptoms do manifest, they may include discomfort when urinating.

The Power of the Vaginal Microbiome

"The most common UTI causing bad bacteria is called E. coli which can stick to and colonise the lining of your urinary tract causing an infection. The Vaginal microbiome, which is essential in establishing an environment that is unfriendly to bad bacteria, is part of this defence against recurrent UTIs." Dr Jo Bailey