The length of urethra is short and its orifice quite close to the anus in women.
This leads to higher chances of acquiring a urinary tract infection.
In recurrent urethritis, there are high chances to developing urethral stricture.
Yes, recurrent urinary tract infection can be treated with great success under the Homeopathic mode of treatment. Therefore, even though there are a wide range of medicines to treat recurrent UTI, the most appropriate among them is selected after a detailed study of the individual symptoms involved.
An infection in any part of this urinary tract is called a urinary tract infection or UTI.
An infection in the urethra is known as urethritis, an infection in the urinary bladder is cystitis while an infection in the kidney is referred to as pyelonephritis.
A urinary tract infection arises when bacteria gain access to the urinary tract and begin to multiply there.
Escherichia coli, commonly known as E.coli, is the most common bacteria infecting the urinary tract.
Homeopathic medicines Cantharis Vesicatoria and Apis Mellifica would be most effective in treating severe burning pain while passing urine in UTI. Cantharis Vesicatoria is an excellent Homeopathic medicine for treating UTI with burning before, during and after urination. Tenesmus of bladder refers to the continuous and ineffectual desire to urinate with the feeling of incomplete emptying of the bladder.
Nitric Acid is a very effective Homeopathic remedy for urinary tract infection with symptoms of burning during urination and highly offensive urine.
Pus cells in the urine mainly arise from two reasons – a urinary tract infection or a sexually transmitted disease (STD).
Homeopathy offers a wide range of medicines to treat urinary tract infection.
Homeopathic medicines Petroselinum Sativum and Cantharis Vesicatoria are usually prescribed for UTI with a constant urge to pass urine.