Sandra Fleming was recently featured in an article published on Insider Health. The article is entitled, 8″ common myths about curing UTIs that you need to stop believing”. Here is what Dr. Fleming had to say:

“To date, cranberry juice or cranberry tablets have not been shown to reduce or cure UTIs in studies,” said Sandra Fleming, a gynecologist at the Women’s Wellness Center in Wellesley, MA. “There does not appear to be any harm in taking cranberry pills but [the high sugar content in cranberry juice] can cause gastrointestinal issues and is therefore not recommended for urinary tract infections.”

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