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Bladder Infection Or UTI

Bladder Infection (Cystitis) Or UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)

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Bladder infection is an infection that affects a part of urinary tract and hence is also called Urinary Tract Infection or UTI. The condition is also known as Cystitis.

Bladder infections are humanity's most common bacterial infections
. A bladder infection is more common in women, with up to one third of the women having at least one infection at some point in their lives. It can be painful and annoying, and if spreads to kidney, can become a serious health problem.

A urinary tract infection or UTI is an infection that can happen anywhere along the urinary tract. When it affects lower urinary tract, the condition is known as Cystitis, or a Bladder Infection. When UTI affects upper urinary tract, the condition is known as Pyelonephritis or a Kidney Infection.


Urinary tract infections are caused by germs, usually bacteria that enter the urethra and then the bladder. This can lead to infection, most commonly in the bladder itself, which can spread to kidneys.

Most of the time, your body can get rid of these bacteria. However, certain conditions increase the risk of having UTIs.

Women tend to get them more often because their urethra is shorter and closer to the
anus than in men. Because of this, women are more likely to get an infection after sexual activity or when using diaphragm for birth control.

Menopause also increases the risk of UTI.

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The following also increases your chances of developing a UTI:

   
Diabetes
   
Advanced age (especially in older adults with common illnesses, like
Alzheimer's disease and delirium)
   
Urinary retention
    A tube called a urinary
catheter inserted into your urinary tract
   
Enlarged Prostate, any obstacle that blocks the flow of urine, or narrowed urethra
    Staying still (immobile) for a long period of time (for example, while you are recovering from a hip fracture)
    •
Bowel incontinence
    Pregnancy
   
Surgery or other procedure involving the urinary tract
    •
Kidney Stones

Your symptoms are the key for you to know when should you see your health care provider.

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Symptoms of:  Bladder Infection (Cystitis) Or UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)


The symptoms of a Bladder Infection may include:

    Cloudy or bloody urine, which may have a foul or strong odor
    Low fever (not everyone will have a fever)
    Pain or burning with urination
    Pressure or cramping in the lower abdomen (usually middle) or back
    Strong need to urinate frequently, and right after the bladder has been emptied


The symptoms, in case Infection spreads to your Kidneys, may include:

    Chills and shaking or
night sweats
   
Fatigue and a general ill feeling
    Fever above 101°F
    Flank (side), back or groin pain
    Flushed, warm or reddened skin
    •
Nausea and vomiting
    Mental changes or confusion (in the elderly, these symptoms often are the only signs of a UTI)
    Severe
abdominal pain (sometimes)


Studies indicate that homeopathy can treat this painful condition of Bladder Infection quite successfully

Best Homeopathic Remedies for The Natural Treatment of:  Bladder Infection (Cystitis) Or UTI


Homeopathy is a non-toxic and holistic natural medicine that aims to treat the underlying causes of the disease to cure it successfully forever, and hence is often found working wonders for acute cases of bladder infections or lower urinary tract infections (cystitis). It also minimizes the chances of its recurrence. To find the right medicine, of course, is the key to success.

However, kidney infections should always be treated under the supervision of an able health care practitioner.

The right remedy for you would be the one that matches with most of your symptoms. Learning about the 
modalities of the remedy and its duration and relationship with other remedies, may greatly help in choosing right remedy, or in deciding about when to stop, repeat or choose and administer another medicine to treat 
acute cystitis or urinary tract infections successfully.

Apis Mellifica (Apis;) Mother Tincture     5 - 10 drops every  2 hours
Indicated in excessive pain in bladder, frequent, painful scanty urination.

Belladonna (Bell;) 30c     3 pallets  3 times   Repeat frequently
Constant urge to urinate, urine dribbles, burns intensely along the length of
urethra.

Cantharis Vesicatoria (Canth;) 30c     3 pallets  3 times
Intolerable constant urge to urinate is most characteristic, painful urging to urinate, inflammation of bladder.

Lycopodium Clavatum (Lyc;) 30c     3 pallets  3 times
Pain in back before urinating; ceases after flow; slow in coming, must strain. Retention of urine.
Enlarged prostate.

Mercurius Corrosivus (Merc-c;) 6c     3 pallets  3 times
Intense burning in urethra. Urine hot, burning, scanty or suppressed; bloody, greenish discharge. Albuminous. Tenesmus of bladder. Stabbing pain extending up urethra into bladder. Perspiration after urinating.

Pareira Brava (Pareir;) Mother Tincture 10 - 20 drops  every 2 hours
The urinary symptoms are most important. Prostatic affections and catarrh of bladder. Sensation as if bladder were distended, with pain. Itching along urethra; urethritis, with prostatic trouble. Inflammation of urethra; becomes almost cartilaginous. Constant urging; great straining; pain down thighs during efforts to urinate. Dribbling after
micturition.

Sabal Serrulata (Sabal;) Mother Tincture 10 - 20 drops  every 2 hours
Cystitis with prostatic
hypertrophy.

Sarsaparilla Officinalis (Sars;) 6c     3 pallets  3 times
Severe pain at conclusion of urination.

Sepia Officinalis (Sep;) 30c     3 pallets  3 times
Chronic cystitis, slow micturition, with bearing-down sensation above pubis. Organs cold.

Staphysagria (Staph;) 30c     3 pallets  3 times
Cystitis in lying-in patients. Pressure upon bladder, feels as if it did not empty. Urging and pain after urinating.
Ineffectual urge to urinate in newly married women. Irritable bladder in young married women.

Note: If symptoms improve stop medicine, if not relieved within 5 or 6 days opt for the conventional medicine without delay.

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