If you have had a UTI before, maybe you’ve tried some cranberry juice or cranberry pills to ease the symptoms. Your mom suggested it, or even your doctor prescribed it, so it should work, right? But do you really know why cranberries are good remedies for your UTI? or Do they really work for your UTI?
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