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Relieve UTI Pain at Night Relieve UTI Pain at Night

Relieve UTI Pain at Night

Cheeky Team

UTI relief, fast!

Waking up in the middle of the night with a UTI really sucks. Pelvic pain, intense urges to go to the bathroom, painful urination, maybe even blood in your pee. All you want is a little relief so you can go back to sleep. We know how hard it can be to get relief from UTI symptoms. Here’s our top 5 tips for middle of the night remedies so you can go back to bed.

Use a heating pad
A heating pad or hot water bottle is great for the pelvic and abdominal pain associated with UTIs. It can help ease the discomfort until morning when you can make a more informed decision about whether the UTI requires antibiotics or not.

Take Cheeky Bonsai UTI Pain Relief Tablets
These fast-acting phenazopyridine hydrochloride tablets quickly relieve UTI pain and burning urination. They only take about twenty-minutes to kick in, so they’re good to have on hand for middle of the night emergencies.

Drinking water when you already have an urge to pee frequently may seem counterintuitive, but it’s extremely important to stay hydrated because dehydration can make a UTI worse. Supplement your water intake with Cheeky Bonsai UTI Drink Mix which has electrolytes for hydration and D-mannose and cranberry for urinary tract support.

Empty your bladder
It can be uncomfortable to completely empty your bladder when urinating is painful, but this is a simple yet very important way to help your body heal. Emptying your bladder each time you pee helps to continue flushing out the bad bacteria so nothing stays lingering in your urinary tract.

No caffeine or alcohol
To support urinary tract health so you don’t wake up with UTI pain for a second night, skip any sort of dehydrating beverage while you’re healing. Coffee and alcohol are both extremely dehydrating and may prolong your UTI.

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