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oh, tampa, didn't realize this was an old post but since yours is a new question, let me see - this apparently came up on another post because I just went through some of this, but let's see - mom was going to have a cornea transplant, but not a regular kind, only reason bringing that up is I don't know if that makes a difference, but she was having the "Desmet's stripping"? I think it's called, anyway, something like that, where they don't actually replace the whole cornea, actually not really sure they actually replace it at all at that point - that came later, but I think she was told this about the med at that point but I could be wrong, it could have been later with the actual transplant since the stripping didn't work but not because of it but because of something she'd already had done - oh, it's just a long story but anyway somewhere in all that the pre-op/op person asked about meds and when she found out about this she was told she'd have to stop taking it, now, why....hm....not sure I remember - maybe that could be found out with some research - let me - I have some time - see what I can find out
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vesicare is what my mom was on that they said not to take because of her eye; wonder if ultranol is what they switched her to, hm...
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What Kind of eye issues?
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Thanks for your input, deb!
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that's what my mom took; be aware there are eye issues with it
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I know that Ultranol is used for frequent urination.
Consider RX Vesicare in lieu of that.
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Just in case anyone is thinking of buying this you need to read on down to the bottom where it says:

THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION. THESE PRODUCTS ARE NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.
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Globetrotter50, If you have e-coli in your bladder, you are wiping in the wrong direction.
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I have a feeling that this is masked spam. It made us look, didn't it? Before now I had no idea what this even was. Never heard of it.
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t’s called D–mannose. D–mannose is a naturally occurring simple sugar, found in berries and other fruits.

D–mannose (another ingredient) "was first identified in 1894 by Nobel Prize winning chemist Herman Emil Fischer. This unique sugar does NOT affect your blood sugar health. It’s absorbed eight times slower than regular sugar, and it’s NOT converted to glycogen. Once you digest it, D–mannose goes directly to the blood stream, and is filtered through the kidneys … and sent to the bladder.

The chemical structure of D–mannose makes it stick to the E. coli and “coat” it, so it can’t attach to your bladder anymore!

When you take d–mannose regularly, the e–coli CAN’T stick to the inside walls of the bladder and urinary tract. It’s easily rinsed away when you urinate.

So also research dangers of d-mannose.
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"starting with L–Glutamine. Glutamine is the most abundant free amino acid in the body. It supports many organs and cells. It also helps build new tissue. It strengthens the bladder wall, controls an overactive bladder, and can recover healthy bladder tissue at any age. It also rebuilds bladder muscle after pregnancy, prostate problems, and even surgery.2

You’ll also get glycine, shown to improve contractions in the bladder muscle in just one week!3 Ultranol puts you in control, with glycine, as well as L–arginine, another amino acid shown to reverse poor muscle contraction in the bladder, and IMPROVE relaxation and urinary flow.4

For ultimate security, you’ll also get L–Citrulline. It goes directly to the lower urinary tract, where it improves smooth muscle response, by boosting nitric oxide activity. This in turn allows the muscles to relax, for a normal, natural flow.5

Ultranol delivers 18 amino acids total. And that’s just the beginning."

In order to research potential harmful effects of Ultranol, you need to research the harmful effects of amino acids. Let me see what I can come up with.
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This can't be the right Ultranol; it's a printing agent - can it? Is it possible the "herbal supplement" is a derivative of that?
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Here is a safety data sheet on Ultranol; sounds dangerous.
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No, I would advise against buying from a company that is not registered with the BBB. This is an over the counter product, not a prescription medication. Talk to your local pharmacist about this. The price is outrageous for just a bunch of herbs.
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Googling it provides NO help. It must be a very astute orgaization and seems to have bought up all the google search terms and when I google it , all I get are ads for it. pages and pages of them, even using different search terms.

The only real search result was the listing for it on amazon. Go there and search on it, then scroll to the bottom of the page and read the user reviews. Some can be planted by the company, but appear to be from real people, most seem to say it is ineffective, none mention any harm from it, I would say from the fact they are covering their tracks on google and all the ineffective reviews on amazon, it is probably no good. If time, the next step is to see what is IN it, and google THAT chemical or combination of chemicals to see the side effects. I wonder if the government has a report on this as a scam or something. Wish I had more time to help, maybe someone else will pick up the ball here....
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Google it. You will find a whole lot of sites listing the possible side effects.
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