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Urinary Tract Infection

Hello, is there any ways to cure this without a doctor? It said to drink water to clean it, will that make it go away? and, how often does it occur, every time i urinate or just once every so often?? please answer for any help would be greatly appreciated.
  hypershadow on 2005-02-20
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Your statements tell us you are used to allopathic medicine and antibiotics. We work differently.

Homeopathy works on the whole person. We need more info.

We need a description of the urinary activity that tells you what is wrong.

We cannot tell you about it, you must tell us.

You ask:
"How often does it occur?" What is "it?" Please tell us what happens. Pain/burning/can't/drop left/stop mid-stream???

Have you burned yourself lately?

How old are you? What type of person are you? A leader, a follower? Have you noticed something that makes you more uncomfortable? Anything that is better?

We have several remedies that are treatments that include the kidney/bladder activity. Help us choose the best one for you.

Blessings, Sabra
sabra last decade

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