ProstatitisFor the last few years I seem to be getting Prostatitis. It burns when I urinate and the flow is reduced. What can I do to resolve this? My prostate is enlarges to about 40mm
Merisel81 on 2018-05-19
Please take Thuja 30c, twice daily.
♥ Tui 4 weeks agoI have taken the Thuja 30c for 1 day so far. Today I woke up and there was evidence of blood in my urine. A few weeks ago I had a UTI and was treated with antibiotics for it. Should I stay on the Thuja and or should I introduce anything other remedies at this time? I had this before
Merisel81 4 weeks ago
I stopped yesterday. Urine cleared up. What should I do next for the enlarges prostate and Prostatitis?
Merisel81 3 weeks agoStart again with Thuja 30c, twice daily.
♥ Tui 3 weeks agoYesterday I found it very difficult to urinate. I had to force each time I went and it burned slightly. So, I stopped taking Thuja and throughout the night I had to pee and it burned and was still difficult To pee i had to force again. What should I do?
Merisel81 3 weeks agoPlease take Cantharis 30c, twice a day for 3 days and see how you feel after that.
[Edited by Tui on 2018-05-27 13:23:13]
♥ Tui 3 weeks ago
I took Cantharis 200c for 2 days and today is the third. For the first day the burning went away and the flow improved, however at the end of yesterday the urine flow was becoming restricted again. No burning.
Merisel81 2 weeks agoPlease take Medorrhinum 200c, once a day for 3 days.
♥ Tui 2 weeks ago
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