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Possible Urinary tract infection

I think I have a UTI. I've been feeling some discomfort, a little stinging and itching sensation. Not at the point of having the urge to constantly urinate, but it's getting worse because the urge to urinate is staring to appear with only very little urine and previously there was a spot of blood.

I had a lot of my usual symptoms these past days (post nasal drip, phlegm)so I took Pulsatilla 200C this morning, before I was aware of the UTI.

Please advise so I can purchase the remedy as soon as possible.

I'd like to add that I've had several uti's in the past. One was initially treated with homeopathy but after many days of terrible pain and no results from the homeopathy meds I ended up taking antibiotics. I would like to avoid it this time.

Thank you
 
  rania1403 on 2012-09-25
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Pulsatilla may also help here. Other remedies that may relieve your condition are Cantharis 200, Lycopodium 200, Sulphur 200.
 
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