How To Solve Urinary Tract Infection Problem with Rootcure Homeopathy.

Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary tract infection involves infection in any part of the urinary system. Depending on which part of the urinary tract is infected, UTIs are given different names:
  1. URETHRITIS : For infection of urethra.
  2. CYSTITIS : For urinary bladder infection.
  3. PYELONEPHRITIS : For kidney infection.
About 20 percent of women have UTIs during their lifetime.

CAUSATIVE AGENTS
  • The commonest organism is Escherichia Coli which is present in 80 to 90 percent cases.
  • Chlamydia and Mycoplasma bacteria can infect the urethra but not the bladder.
  • Other agents: Pseudomonas, Klebsiella, Proteus, Enterococci, Staphylococcus,etc.
COMMON PREVALENCE
  • UTIs are most common in females.
  • Reason : They have shorter urethra which allows easy access of microbes to the bladder.
  • The prevalence of UTI upto 11 years is around 1 percent for boys and 3 percent for girls.
  • In pregnancy, it rises upto 10 percent.
  • In older girls, there is a 10 fold increase in incidence as compared to boys.
RISK FACTORS
  • Increased sexual intercourse with multiple partners or new partners.
  • Poor personal hygiene
  • Having a urinary catheter.
  • Immuno- compromising disorders like Diabetes Mellitus.
  • Kidney stones.
  • Use of contraceptives.
  • Bowel incontinence
  • Hypo- estrogenic state as in Menopause.
  • Heavy use of antibiotics.
  • Immobility for a prolonged time.
COMMON SYMPTOMS OF UTI
  • Frequent urging to urinate.
  • Cloudy urine
  • Strong smelling urine (offensiveness)
  • Pain before, during and after urination.
  • Burning during urination
  • Muscle aches
  • Pain in abdomen
  • Nausea and vomiting after fever
HOMEOPATHIC THERAPEUTICS OF UTI
  1.  CANTHARIS:
  • Strong urging to urinate with cutting pains that are felt before the urine passes as well as during and after – may indicate Cantharis.
  • Only several drops pass at a time with a scalding sensation.
  • The person may feel as if the bladder had been emptied, still feeling a constant urge to urinate.
  1.  SARSAPARILLA:
  • Useful in cystitis and often helps when symptoms are unclear or if other remedies have not been effective.
  • Frequent urging is felt with burning pain at the end of micturition.
  • Urine passes when a person is standing up but only dribbling occurs while sitting.
  • Also useful when stones are forming or kidneys are involved.
  1.  APIS MELLIFICA:
  • This remedy is indicated when the person frequently needs to urinate But only small quantities are passed.
  • Stinging and burning sensations are also felt.(Especially with the last drops)
  • The person may experience soreness in the abdomen.
  • Heat and touch make the symptoms worse.
  • Better by cold applications, cold bathing and open air.
  • Patients are usually thirstless.
  1.  BERBERIS VULGARIS:
  • Cystitis with twinges of cutting pain or burning feeling that extends to the urethra and its opening may indicate this remedy.
  • The passage may burn at time when no attempt at urination is made.
  • After emptying the bladder, the person feels as if some urine still remains inside.
  • Better by walking.
  1.  LYCOPODIUM:
  • If a person has to urinate frequently during night and passes large amounts of urine.
  • The person may feel a painful urge but has to strain to make the urine flow.
  • Pain may be felt in the back before the urine passes.
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