Sepia - Bladder Infection SymptomsMy new homeopathic doctor prescribed Sepia 200c, and then Sepia 12c daily. I've been on this for a week and a half. It seems to be a good match, in that I am seeing very positive results.
I developed what seems to be a bladder infection - frequent need to urinate, needing to 'push' to get the urine out, not much urine coming out, and just today burning as the urine comes out. I've never had a bladder infection before.
Could this just be the Sepia doing its work, an aggravation, or an actual bladder infection? Should I take come cranberry/uva ursi or something else for an infection? Or ride out?
My doc is on vacation at the moment.
magicandmiracles1 on 2013-03-09
needing to push, being relieved?
Or were they relieved and starting again?
Or were they relieved and the burning is new and
the only symptom?
What are the 'positive results'?
There can be a couple things going on here.
1. The remedy was working and then you were told
to keep taking it and are getting new symptoms
or are getting the old symptoms again plus some new
ones? ( In which case you should stop the remedy and
see what goes on, bc when a remedy starts to work
you don't take more or you prove the remedy)
2. the remedy is not handling the bladder infection
and it is getting worse. Bladder infections are almost
always e coli bacteria getting into the urethra thru
a mistake in hygiene.Drinking enough water helps
some people clear it out, cranberry capsules work
more as a preventative 'before' getting bacteria
in there- not after- according to my gyno.
3. Your dr. or going to urgent care etc can tell
you thru a urine sample in minutes whether the
bacteria are still there and give antibiotics for it.
This is something you want to stay alert to bc
bladder infections that are not cured end up
being kidney infections.
♡ simone717 9 years ago
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