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Bladder problems


I am seeing a classical homeopath right now, and she has given me a series of remedies (Belladonna, Sulfur, Causticum, Pulsatilla, and one other one beforehand, something about removing medical suppression of my immune system -- all at 200 strength), but I don't feel all that helped by what's been done so far. I'll explain my problem:

Years ago, I had a bladder infection. I was treated with sulfa antibiotics, to which I had an allergic reaction, so I had to shorten the treatment. I still had symptoms afterwards, and I tried some uva ursi for a while, which sort of helped, but in the end my infection never seemed to clear up.

I have trouble getting a good urine stream, I feel inflammed around the bladder and now the abdomen and the area between my buttocks too sometimes, I can't sleep much at night because I get up to try to pee 5-6 times and not much comes out, and sometimes I get some pain in my urethra. I can't even have sex in this condition, because I'm too inflammed and sensitive. I have tested negative for UTIs, too.

The conventional bladder person I went to put a urethra up my bladder and said I had a poor flow and wanted to convince me that I had a "narrow urethra"... but that sounds rather silly. I don't remember having problems when I was younger! They want to send me to a urologist, but their idea of treatment is stretching my urethra, or maybe they'd give me anti-inflammatories, or maybe anti-biotics, or put some DMSO in my bladder... Who knows. It's all invasive and scary.

My homeopath has promised me my bladder will be all better one day, and I do see intermittent improvements with flairs in between. But I still have to push, often, to get the urine out even when I'm having a decent stream.

I don't know what's wrong with me -- my muscles, a low-grade infection no one's spotted, anatomical problems...

I am just wondering if anyone here has actually found success with such conditions, has been able to break the cycle with homeopathy. Because right now I'm giving up hope. I don't just want "try this remedy", "try that remedy", I want to have examples of real-life people who have cured completely from such conditions. Because I don't even know if homeopathy works at this point. I'm trying it because I'm desperate. The next stop will be the urologist, who I expect will only be able to give me temporary relief using some pretty heavy-handed techniques.

This isn't just a passing problem; it's been chronic for about four years.

Thanks for your time.
  saraa on 2005-04-09
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Sorry, I meant to say that "the conventional bladder person I went to put a catheter up my urethra". Woops.
saraa last decade
Cantharis-30 will work on you.
kuldeep last decade
As you may already have been told, Drink lots of water, as much as 10 cups a day. This is 4 20oz bottled water per day. DO NOT drink tap water.

Most do not tell you that any caffeine will expell more than you drink. Being a diuretic the caffeine will not allow the body time to absorb the needed water.

NO sodas of any type. No fruit juices, wrong sugars. Eat fresh fruit instead. No diet anything. UNSWEETENED cranberries or juice is excellent. If you like beer, give it up for at least two years. Also give up bananas. A good way to give up carbs is no white things.

Kuldeep's suggestion of the Cantharis is good (30 what?) especially if burning. If not burning, maybe something else.

Reading between the lines, I feel there may be more of a candida problem here. and searched with this in mind.

ANGELICA 200X may be of help to you. If you read on this, it says it eliminates the desire to drink liquor. In this sense, sugar is the known liquor problem, so interpreted for you, get rid of sugars.

One dose every other day for 6 doses or 12 days.

PLEASE do not do any of the weird things that have been suggested. DMSO into the bladder? NO WAY!! Follow your intuition, thank goodness it appears you have been doing so and have saved your bladder for the future.

ABC will probably have this remedy.

Please let us know your progress.

Blessings, Sabra
sabra last decade
I tried a no-sugar yeast type diet for a year, and I just felt depressed. It was very hard to follow the diet, and I didn't feel better. :(

Thanks for the suggestions, though.

I don't drink pop. I only drink fruit juice sometimes, and right now I need a little apple juice to dilute this triphala tea I'm taking at bedtime -- it seems different health advice is so contradictory. :(

But have you guys seen people get better from bladder problems with homeopathy? That's what I want to know...
saraa last decade
I just got over a bladder infection from sitting in a wheelchair for two months. I used several remedies and consulted others to make sure they matched my own needs.

Blessings, Sabra
sabra last decade
Recently I am using colloidal silver (ionic silver) solution on chronic and die hard infections espacially bladder infections. Results are great.

This solution can be made at home or can be purchased from the web stores.
kuldeep last decade

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