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Freequent pressure on Urinary Bladder


i am 32 years old Men. Having Frequent urinary problem. Have gone for ultrasound and it shows that i dont any problem in my kedney.Doctor said it is infection and gave some medicine. but whenever i sat on my chair to do the work always feeling pressure on urinary bladder.and also hot feeling on my lower side.from last 3 days i have stoped taking allopath medicine and now taking Cantharis Mothertincher. When i slept everything looks fine. but during the working hours when i sat on my chair to do the work.........feeling pressure on my bladder. please suggest.

I would be really grateful.

  abhaykumar1978 on 2010-11-08
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Please take Nux Vomica 30C 1-2 drop half cup of water in evening and night for three days.

Report after three days. If you do not see any benefit from Cantharis then you should stop this.
Dr. Rakesh Km Lko last decade
Dr. Rakesh

I am taking nux vomica 30c as per your suggesion from 09-Nov-2010. morning and evening with half cup of water. Feeling relief but not 100%. Burning has gone but some time i am feeling but in that case also we can say it's 10% compare to earlier. now one day i am feeling lot of urninal pressure on my bladder and urethra another day it's going to reduce and feeling under control. Yesterday i was feeling lot of pressure and today i am feeling under control. can u suggest me whether i should stop taking medicine or we need to change.

if you could provide me your contact no. then i would be grateful to take ur advice over the phone.

abhaykumar1978 last decade

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