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chronic urinary tract infections

My 5 year old daughter has incontinence of bladder and suffers from UTI(E. coli) for the past 2-1/2 years. She is on antibiotic prophylaxis continuously which is having a no of side effects. A no. of homeo remedies like causticum, cantharis, terebinth etc have been tried but none helped. the moment antibiotics are stopped the infection recurrs. She has incontinence also so clean intermittent catheterisation is also practiced with utmost care. She had a spina bifida at birth because of which she cannot stand. Cannot pass stools as they are always constipated and mucous starts coming from anus if she doesn't pass for 2 days. Experienced Homeopaths kindly help her get over at least the UTI
 
  anamika_gulati on 2007-06-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
try the following medicine

1. E. coli LM2 in 30ml dist aqua
10 drops once ina day early in the morning empty stomach.

2. Solidago V Q 30ml 10 drops three times in a day with 2 spoon water.

go on continue for a month and report me
 
deoshlok last decade
Thank you Deoshlok
I have never tried these medicines before. Please tell me when to stop antibiotics, whether at the start of treatment or after a while
 
anamika_gulati last decade

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