Experience recurrent UTIs? Take part in our product trial!
Survey ends: 7 January 2022
At talkhealth, we know how disruptive Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) can be to so many of our members. That’s why we’re excited to be bringing you this product trial!
A well-known company are looking for 300+ people aged 18-70, who experience recurrent UTIs to try one of their premium probiotic/supplement daily for 6 months and assess its impact on their symptoms during this time.
If you are selected to participate, you will be asked to complete a few short questionnaires that take less than 5 minutes to complete:
- At the beginning of the study
- Halfway through the study (at 3 months)
- At the end of the study
- During the period of experiencing a UTI at any point within the 6 month trial
If receiving a 6 month supply of this well-known product wasn’t enough, all participants who complete the trial will be offered an additional month’s supply completely free of charge!
Curious about what your poo says about you? Well listen up! Selected participants will also be offered a full microbiome-based report at the end of the study detailing their microbial profile, if they opt in to provide stool samples at the following time points within the 6 months:
- At the start of the study before taking the product
- On the first day UTI symptoms are experienced
- When recovered from UTI symptoms
There are a limited number of poo collection kits and therefore, this will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
This is a really exciting trial to be a part of, you do not want to miss out.
Answer the short questionnaire to see if you’re eligible to take part!
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