Care Potassium Citrate Mixture

Helps to relieve symptoms of cystitis & other minor urinary tract infections

Care Potassium Citrate Mixture helps to relieve the painful ‘burning’ of cystitis and the symptoms of other minor urinary tract infections.

It works by making the urine less acidic and so reduces irritation when urinating.

Suitable for adults, the elderly and children over 1 year.

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Relief of symptoms of urinary tract infections
All ages
Suitable for adults, the elderly and children
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200ml liquid

More about this product

  • Essential information
  • Directions for use
  • Self Care Advice
  • FAQs
  • Stockists
  • Tips & Advice

Essential Information

Care Potassium Citrate Mixture. For the relief of the symptoms of cystitis and other mild urinary tract infections. Contains Potassium Citrate 1.5g/5ml. Always read the label.

Directions for use

Recommended Doses

Unless directed otherwise by a doctor:

Adults including the elderly, and children over 6 years: 10ml.

Children 1 – 6 years: 5ml.

It should be taken well diluted with water, after meals.

Shake the bottle before use.

Dosage Schedule

The dose may be taken three times a day.

See the product label for more information or click here to view the Patient Information Leaflet.

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If in doubt, always talk to a healthcare professional.

Self Care Advice

Self-care measures for cystitis

  • Take over the counter medicines
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Hold a hot water bottle on the stomach or between the thighs
  • Avoid having sex
  • Pee frequently
  • Wipe from front to back when going to the toilet
  • Gently wash around the genitals with a skin-sensitive soap


What is cystitis?

Cystitis is inflammation of the bladder, usually caused by a bladder infection. It's a common type of urinary tract infection (UTI), particularly in women, and is usually more of a nuisance than a cause for serious concern.

How long will cystitis take to get better?

Mild cases will often get better by themselves within a few days. But some people experience episodes of cystitis frequently and may need regular or long-term treatment. There's also a chance that cystitis could lead to a more serious kidney infection in some cases, so it's important to seek medical advice if your symptoms don't improve.


Tips & Advice

Who can use this product:

It can be used by adults, the elderly and children over 1 year. Do not use in pregnancy or breastfeeding unless your doctor has told you to do so.

Did you know?

If you’re a woman who has had cystitis before, or you have mild symptoms that have lasted less than 3 days, you do not necessarily need to see a GP.  Cystitis is very common in women and mild cases often get better on their own.

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