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Bladder Problems

I was diagnosed with a bladder infection and prescribed an antibiotic. When it came to check my urine (7 days) the results were not horrible. However, I felt I needed more antibiotics.
1. Bladder has a sore and burning feeling. Sore urethra. Burning Pain localized in urethra after urinating. No pain during urination. Vaginal area has a Heavy feeling - like something wants to fall out. Heavy feeling in rectum but no problems going.
2. Bladder sensitive and sore and spasms. Vaginal area heavy.
3. I had a dental implant put in and put on an antibiotic. Within days I felt like something was not right down in bladder/vaginal area.
4. Falling out feeling in vaginal area right before period and the first few days. Worse at night. Worse when sitting on hard surface with feet on floor. Bladder worse while lying on back.
5. Feels better when I'm not required to get up and do anything. Feel better when going to the bathroom. Feel better while reading, watching tv, or internet - keeping my mind busy
6. I sleep from 10:30-7:00a.m. like clock work. I have been unable to rest completley since dental implant. Then with bladder issue. My dreams resemble the things I fear and worry about.
7. sensitive to cold - like to dress in layers with blankets. Although cold applications to bladder calm. Cry easily.
8. I worry a lot and very fearful. Worry about myself the most when I come down with woman issues or bladder issues. Fearful of dianostic exams. Fearful of catheters. Have a fear with vomiting - being around people who are sick - in fear that I will then get sick. I do not like getting sick and try to avoid it at all times and try to stop myself from nausea and vomiting....to the point that I have gotten a prescription for anti nausea/vomiting meds. Fearful of meds that have a side effect of nausea or vomiting. Fearful of not having my loved ones around me later in life. Fearful of not getting well. Tend to have anxiety attacks - get dizzy and nausea.
9 love salty foods. I usually like a lot of sugary foods but since my bladder issues - I have withdrawn from all sugar products. So, I'm currently not craving anything. I really do not have an appetite at all.
10 i had double hernia repair at age 4 (don't remember) and then lots of uti's - due to bubble baths. Then more uti's as a pre teen - because I held my urine. I had a severe kidney infection which resulted in a lot of tests. Some of them being very traumatizing to a pre teen - involving catheters. Took a sulf drug that made me sick and then kept me on it for a year. Had a lot of tonisilitis infections, but not for awhile now. This current uti is the first one in 7 years! I did suffer postpartum hemmoraghe from my 2nd birth. Did not require blood.
11. Sulfa drugs
12.I received homeopathic couseling 8 years ago when I had a bladder issue (kind of like now) and I had blood worke that showed that I was suffering from Epstein Barr...I was give one dose of Sepia remedy. Never had problems after that.
13. burning after urination. A burning sore feeling in bladder after uninating and when it becomes full. Urethra very sore when touched. Vaginal area is sore. Heavy falling out feeling in vaginal area. heavy feeling in rectum. Painful when sitting on hard surface or when driving in car....feels like I'm sitting on something. I can feel the heaviness in the bladder and vaginal area when sitting. Standing makes me fear ful that something does fall out. I want to sit down, but on something comfy and with legs usually tucked underneath and to the side. Lying down on my side helps, but still feel bladder spasms.
  1040arg on 2011-01-28
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I forgot to mention that I am a 34 yr. old female
1040arg last decade

It is important to describe all your problems in as much detail as you are able. One word answers and short sentences are not particularly helpful. Discuss each problem one at a time, providing (as a minimum level of detail) the following information.

1. What exactly happens?
2. Describe all sensations and pains. Each pain or sensation should be described in such a way that allows us to imagine having the same pain.
3. What causes the problem to get worse after it has started occurring?
4. What creates some relief for the problem?
5. What triggers the problem into occuring?
6. What time of the day or night does the problem occur?
7. When did the problem start? What was happening in your life at that time? Did some specific event or treatment take place just before the problem started?

Move from one problem to the next, doing the same thing.

As well as this, please describe any traumatic indicidents that have taken place in your life. Discuss anything that has had a lasting impact on you mentally, emotionally or physically.

Discuss the way that you manage or deal with your problems, or any problems that occur in your life.

Discuss any patterns you have noticed in your behavior.

Discuss any part of your life where you feel stuck or unable to change and grow.

Describe your childhood and the kind of environment you grew up in, with reference to your relationships with your family, your school experiences, and any serious childhood diseases.

If your earlier discussions have not mentioned these already, please describe:

1. The specific foods that you crave (not just like) or hate
2. The specific drinks that you crave or hate
3. What your sleep is like
4. How the weather and the temperature affects you
5. What kinds of things in the environment you are particularly sensitive to
6. What your general level of energy is like
7. What your level of sexual energy or desire is like

Some of these questions may have already been answered in your first post, no need to repeat that information if it is.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
1. With the bladder I feel spasms. I can feel sore and burning from within the inside. Pressing on the pelvic area does not hurt but makes me feel like i have to pee. When I do go to the bathroom I have no pain. The pain comes after I have finished. Kind of like the burning sore pain and it's more localized at the urethra. The urethra area is very tender when touched. I will feel like I need to urinate again, but I know I don't so I don't attempt it. I go back to drinking more water. Now, with the vaginal area I feel a heaviness - and then I also feel like something is going to fall out. It makes me want to sit down. However, sitting down makes me feel like I'm sitting on something. Upon looking - nothing is falling out. It's just a really intense feeling. I have been reading too much into pelvic prolapses....kind of have freaked myself out a bit.
Standing a lot will bring on my of the falling out feeling and slightly relieved when sitting down. My bladder issues are relieved by sitting and doing nothing and requiring to do nothing. The knowing of not having to do anything.
My problems tend to get worse in the evening.

The bladder started after I had a dental implant put in and I was put on a penicilin. I was going thru some things at work - kind of being told what to do and how to do it and feeling like I was up a brick wall. I also applied for a position at my church and then was offered it. I had doubts but still the job. I haven't started the job...but now I am feeling guilty for accepting it when I'm not 100% on board. There was one other person who also applied for the job. A lot of stress and a lot of thinking. The vaginal heaviness feeling use to only come about the time of my period and go away after a day or two...it hasn't gone away...it's not as severe...but not gone.

I crave salty foods and sweet...not a lot at this time because I kind of don't have an appetite. I love soda and coffee, but have stopped because I know it's not that great to drink. I was drinking a lot of that stuff before this all happened. My sleep lately has been not normal. I am usually in bed around 10:30 and wake at 7a.m. Now I'm going to bed later and waking and waking and waking. Not fully resting and having to occupy my mind with tv. My energy level is low.
I feel I have too much going on...although to someone else it may look like I don't do a lot. I feel overwhelmed. My sexual desire is normal and would be more if I felt better.

I find myself worrying about issues - money, kids, work, husband, life in general. I stress myself out when it comes to cooking for my family. My daughter knows how to push my buttons and she does daily...she is 3 yrs. old.
I have a lot of fear and anxiety. I have anxiety over illnesses and vomiting in general. I fear of being around people who are sick - mostly people in my home or have visited my home when they are sick. In fear of catching something. No fear in catching a cold, but VERY fearful in catching a stomach bug or serious. Fearful when I am suffering from something medical. Having to know 'what' it is and how to fix or make it better. Which is why I am at this site.

If I have failed to give the information you wanted I apologize.

Thank you.
1040arg last decade
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
1040arg last decade
Have you tried Sepia again, since it gave relief in the past?

From the symptoms, my first choice woule probably be Nux-vomica though.

Pain after urination
Sensation as if everything would fall out
Better when occupied
Spasms in the bladder
Never done feeling
Nausea and dizziness as concomitants
Anxiety about health
Ailments from catheters
Ailments after use of drugs

Nux-vom is a very important remedy for that sensation of bearing down, as if everything would fall out, often in overworked women (like Sepia)

Do you have Nux vomica?
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
I was going to try Sepia again, but do not know what strengh. I don't have Nux Vomica but can get some. What is the appropriate dosage?
I have noticed that while lying down the burning around the urethra is low but when up an active and bending over it gets irritated and starts to get that burn sharp pain.
1040arg last decade
30c of either remedy is sufficent to start with.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
I am currently taking the antibiotic Cipro. Would this affect the usage of the remedy?
1040arg last decade
Any orthodox medicine can interfere with homoeopathy - however since you have started the antibiotic you probably should finish it.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
So, I shouldn't try to take the remedy?
Would the Nux Vomica and Sepia both benefit the irritation of the Urethra area?
1040arg last decade
No only one of those will be correct - Sepia has helped in the past, but Nux-vom displays more symptoms. It is hard to know for sure which one is correct until the effect is seen.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
What about vulvar vestibulitis? Do the remedies work with this condition?
1040arg last decade
The important thing to understand about homoeopathy is that we make prescriptions on general qualities rather than specific disease names. Nux-vom has qualities of anxiousness especially about health, feelings of never being done when excreting waste from the body, feelings of things falling out of the body - any named disease where these qualities are present can be cured by the remedy. Any disease at all, regardless of what it is called.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
Thank you. I appreciate all your information and I am learning. I am in awe of homeopathy and I love using it when I can. Thank you!
1040arg last decade

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