Natural Ways to help with Urinary Retention/IncontienceHello! I am new to the forum and looking for natural ways to help my daughter.
A little bit about her.... She was diagnosed with Urinary Retention/Incontienence and is a low dose antibiotic daily to help prevent Urinary Tract Infections. She has recurring UTI's and I dont want to keep her on the antibiotics, she has been on them for most of her life (9 yrs). I am looking for natural ways to keep the UTI's away and maybe help the retention/incontenece problem.
I just received my order for D-Mannose to take for her UTI's (since she does get the e.coli type sometimes)
Is there anything else she should try? We already ruled out food allergies and not sure what else can cause frequent UTIs
tvel78 on 2007-11-15
did you had any ultrasound scan if no can you done that to find out more clear about her kidney and bladder why she had a infection or any other problem and please can you explane any other medical history.
faisal qureshi last decade
first please give the answers of dr. faisal querry.
Secondly I suggest you Cantheris-30 (3 drops per dose thrice a day for 3/4 days and report.)
♥ Mahfoozurrehman last decade
The software picks up the names of medicines mentioned on the threads and shows it on the left bar to make it easy for the patients to buy it.
It won't do so if there are spelling mistakes.
Hope you won't mind, if I give the correct spelling as Cantharis.
However there are many medicine for UTI and is it not better to ask for more symptoms?
Cantharis helps mostly when the urine is voided in drops and when the burning sensation is highly marked.
If the symptoms are different other medicines may be indicated.
♥ gavinimurthy last decade
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