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AZO Gummies Cranberry

Generical name: Cranberry [KRANBER-ee]
Brand Names: Azo Cranberry AZO Cranberry Gummies Azo-Cranberry Cranberry Fruit, Cranberry Fruit with Vitamin C… Show all 9 brands
Drug class: herbal products

What is AZO Gummies Cranberry?

Cranberry comes from the fruit of an evergreen North American shrub. Cranberry can be acidic and interfere with bacteria that are unwanted in the urinary system. Cranberry may also act as a diuretic (water pill).In alternative medicine, cranberry juice (or capsules) is used to prevent symptoms like pain and burning when urinating. The bacteria responsible for a urinary infection cannot be treated by cranberries.Researchers have not yet proven the effectiveness of other uses, such as urination issues caused by an enlarged prostate or reducing the odour of urine, to improve the quality of life for people who suffer from incontinence.There is no way to know if cranberry can be used as a treatment for any condition. The FDA has not approved the use of this product for medical purposes. Cranberry cannot be substituted for medication that you have been prescribed by your physician.Cranberry supplements are often sold. Many herbal supplements are not manufactured to regulated standards and have even been found to be contaminated by toxic metals or drugs. To minimise contamination, herbal or health supplements must be bought from a reputable source.This product guide does not list all possible uses for cranberries.

Side effects of AZO Gummies Cranberry

If you experience any of the following symptoms of an allergy reaction, seek immediate medical attention Hives, difficulty breathing, swelling in your lips, face, throat, tongue, or mouth

If you are suffering from:

  • Continued pain or burning after urinating;
  • Vomiting, severe stomach pain,
  • Signs of kidney stones include painful or difficult urination; pink or red urine; nausea; and vomiting. Waves of pain may also spread from your back or side to your stomach or groyne.

Some of the side effects that AZO Cranberry Gummi may cause include:

  • Upset stomach;
  • Nausea, vomiting,
  • Diarrhoea.

There may be other side effects. For medical advice on side effects, call your doctor. Report any suspected side effects by calling the FDA's information line at 1-800-FDA-1088.


Please read all instructions on product labels and packaging. Inform your doctors about your allergies and medical conditions. Also, tell them which medicines you are using.

Before you take this drug

If you have an allergy to cranberries, this product is not for you.

If you are suffering from:

  • A history of renal stones
  • Liver diseases, such as cirrhosis.
  • Diabetes
  • A stomach disorder;
  • If you have an allergy to aspirin,

Unknown is whether cranberries can harm an unborn child. If you are pregnant, do not use the product without consulting your doctor.Cranberry can pass through breast milk, which could harm nursing babies. If you are breastfeeding a child, do not use the product.

How to take AZO Gummies Cranberry?

Consult your physician before using herbal supplements. Consult a health practitioner trained to use herbal or health products.Use cranberries only as instructed on the packaging or by your physician, pharmacist, or other healthcare provider. Use only the recommended amount of product.Take cranberries with plenty of fluids.Chew the chewable tablet before swallowing it.Use different forms of cranberry (juices, tablets, capsules, etc.) at the same time without consulting a doctor. Combining different formulas increases the chance of overdosing.If the condition that you're treating with this product does not improve or worsens, call your doctor.Keep cranberries in an airtight container, as instructed on the label. Store away from light and heat.

What happens if I miss the dose?

If the time for your next dose draws nearer, skip any missed dosage.Don't use extra cranberry juice to replace the missed dose.

What happens if I overdose?

Call 1-800-222-1222 for poison help or seek immediate medical attention.

Avoid this

Drinking more than one litre of cranberry (34 ounces) daily over an extended period is not recommended. The use of large quantities of cranberries for a long time could lead to kidney stones.

Interaction with other drug

You should not consume cranberries unless you have been advised by your doctor to stop taking Warfarin. (Coumadin or Jantoven).Other medications, such as prescription drugs, over-the-counter products, vitamins, and herbs, may also interact with cranberries. Inform your healthcare providers of all the medicines that you are currently taking and those you plan to start using.