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[Name of Drug]Description:Sanjin Tablets

[Ingredients] Radix Rosae laevigatae ; Radix Melastomae normalis; Rhizoma Smilacis chinae; Herba Lygodii; Herba Centellae

[Properties] Film coated or suger coated tablets with brown to blackish-brown colour core; taste, sour, astringent and slightly bitter.

[Functions and Indication] Speedily solve the problems of frequent micturition, urgent micturition, painful urination and flav and scanty urine.

[Usage and Dosage] Take orally, 3 tablets per time, 3-4 times per day.

[Med.App] SFDA of China No. Z45021645

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Sanjin tablet is recommended in case of:

·                                 Bladder inflammation

·                                 Kidney inflammation

·                                 Urinary tract inflammation

·                                 Prostate inflammation

Sanjin Tablets® is completely natural preparation that successfully prevents development of urinary infections and helps the therapy of the aforementioned. Its active ingredients have antibacterial effect. They are particularly effective in treating the infections caused by bacteria Escherichia coli, which is considered the most persistent and the most common cause of such infections.
The efficiency of Sanjin Tablets® in therapy of urinary infections caused by fungus Candida albicans, which is a common carrier of infections in people suffering from diabetes, is of particular importance. Regardless of the promising results, which can be seen briefly after the start of intake of Sanjin Tablets® preparation, it is required to continue application according to the recommended usage instructions, because it will eliminate the carrier of the disease and prevent the re-emergence of the illness.


One tablet of the Sanjin Tablets® contains active ingredients of five medicinal herbs:

·                                 Radix Rosae laevigatae

·                                 Radix Melastomae normalis

·                                 Rhizoma Smilacis chinae

·                                 Herba Lygodii

·                                 Herba Centellae


Sanjin Tablets® is completely natural preparation that successfully prevents development of urinary infections and helps the therapy of the aforementioned. Its active ingredients have antibacterial effect. They are particularly effective in treating the infections caused by bacteria Escherichia coli, which is considered the most persistent and the most common cause of such infections.


Urinary Tract Infection in Adults
(UTI in Adults)

       Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Slideshow

       Urinary tract infection introduction

       What are the causes of UTI?

       Who is at risk for UTIs?

      What about recurrent urinary tract infections?

       What about UTIs in pregnancy?

       What are the symptoms and signs of UTI?

       How is a UTI diagnosed?

       What is the treatment for a UTI?

       How are infections in pregnancy treated?

       What are UTI complications and their treatment?

       What about UTIs in men?

       Urinary Tract Infection in Adults At A Glance

*       Related Urinary Tract Infection articles:
Urinary tract infection - on WebMD
Bladder infection - on WebMD
Bladder infection treatment - on WebMD

*       Pictures of Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) - Slideshow

Pregnancy and Urinary Tract Infection

A urinary tract infection is an infection in the body's system involved in excreting urine. This system includes:

·        The kidneys

·        The ureter (tube that carries urine from the kidneys to the bladder)

·        The bladder

·        The urethra (a short tube that carries urine from the bladder to outside the body)

The infection most often occurs in the urethra and bladder. It can also travel from the bladder into the ureter and kidneys.

What Causes Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)?

Bacteria are usually the cause of UTIs. Normally a person's urine does not contain bacteria. Bacteria are naturally present on the skin, in the lower bowel and in the stool itself. Sometimes bacteria from one of these sources enter the urinary tract system. Once there, they multiply and cause pain and irritation.

How Does Bacteria Lead to an Urinary Tract Infection?

Many times there is no obvious reason. The ways urinary tract infections occur in pregnancy is the same as in a nonpregnant woman. Some of the ways bacteria enter the urinary tract include:

·        Partial blockage of a urinary passage (from the pressure of an enlarged uterus, for example).

·        Sexual intercourse.

·        Catheters (tubes placed into the bladder that empty the bladder for sick people).

·        Stool that gets wiped into the vagina after a bowel movement.

Who Gets Urinary Tract Infections?

Anyone can get a urinary tract infection, but it is most common in women. Women can get the infection from sexual intercourse when bacteria near the vagina gets pushed up into the urinary tract.

Do Urinary Tract Infections Cause Serious Health Problems?

With proper care, urinary tract infections rarely cause serious health problems. Most infections are limited to the bladder and urethra. Once in awhile a urinary tract infection will lead to a kidney infection.

Are Urinary Tract Infections Harmful to Pregnant Women?

Pregnancy and urinary tract infections often go hand in hand since pregnant women are at an increased risk to develop UTIs. Pregnancy hormones cause changes in the urinary tract which predispose women to infections. In addition, as the uterus grows it presses on the bladder and can prevent complete emptying of urine. This stagnant urine is a likely source for infection. Untreated, these infections may lead to kidney infections. Urinary tract infections in pregnant women should be treated to prevent complications.

How Do I Know If I Have an Urinary Tract Infection?

Urinary tract infection symptoms include:

·        Feeling an urgent need to urinate or frequent urination.

·        Having difficulty urinating.

·        Having a burning sensation or cramps in the lower back or lower abdomen.

·        Having a burning sensation during urination.

·        Urine that looks cloudy or has an odor.


If I Think I May Have an Urinary Tract Infection, What Should I Do?

If you think you have a urinary tract infection, tell your health care provider. He or she will test a small sample of urine for bacteria and red and white blood cells. The urine may also be tested to see what kind of bacteria are in the urine (called a urine culture).

If your infection is causing discomfort, you will probably be treated before the urine test results come back.

How Are Urinary Tract Infections Treated?

Urinary tract infections are treated with antibiotics. You will need to take the medicine for 7 days or as determined by your health care provider.

How Soon Does the Medicine Work for Urinary Tract Infections?

The symptoms should go away in three days. But, don't stop taking your medication early, even if the symptoms go away (unless instructed by your health care provider).

How Can I Avoid Getting Urinary Tract Infections?

·        Drink at least eight glasses of water a day.

·        Wipe yourself from front to back.

·        Empty your bladder shortly before and after sex.

·        Use a water-based lubricant during intercourse if you feel dry.

·        Don't douche.

·        Don't use feminine deodorants or strong soaps.

·        Change feminine pads often.

·        Wash the genital area with warm water before sex.

·        Wear cotton underwear.

·        Take showers instead of baths.

Avoid tight fitting clothing and pantyhose.

  • Can Naturoplex be used in combination with antibiotics?

Naturoplex can be used alone, or in combination with antibiotics. The therapy depends on the clinical and overall condition of the patient.

  • Should intake of Naturoplex be continued even after the end of treatment, in order to prevent from re-emergence of the infection?

It is recommended to keep taking Naturoplex for five days after acute infections are cured. The period is ten days for chronic infections.

  • I take medications for regulation of high blood pressure. I also take diuretic medications. I have frequent problems with bladder inflammation. Is it safe for me to take Naturoplex?

There is no record of any interactions of Naturoplex preparation with other medicaments or of any influence that Naturoplex preparation might have on other medicaments.

  • I am allergic to penicillin. Is it safe for me to take Naturoplex, since I suffer from frequent infections of urinary tract?

Naturoplex is safe to use and has no undesired effects. However, if any allergic reactions should occur during intake of Naturoplex, such as nausea, vomiting, skin rash, itchiness, wheezing, or shortness of breath, the intake should be ceased immediately.  

  • I breastfeed my child. However, I suffer from frequent inflammations of urinary tract. Is it safe to take Naturoplex?

Naturoplex is not recommended to pregnant women and women who breastfeed, because studies among those groups have not been carried out.

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