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How do I treat my diagnosed urinary tract infection?

I am 51 Caucasian woman who has diabetes 2 for two months. I have dramatically changed my diet and have gone from 120kg down to 105kg. My Doctor has tested my urine and has diagnosed urinary tract infection and offered Trisul. I can't take medicines because of a phobia but am able to take homeopathic drops. I don't have signs of symptoms apart from a very slight uncomfortableness intermittantly inside presumably my tract, but have cloudy urine. I have been flushing with copious amounts of water over last two days but urine is still cloudy.What could I take which might be helpful? Thanks
  Seesaw on 2006-06-11
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To Seesaw

Berberis Vulgaris 6c in the wet dose taken 3 times daily is your remedy for your urine infection taken with Ferrum Phos 6x biochemic dose 2 tablets taken 4 times daily.

After you have resolved your infection I shall give you instructions to hopefully cure your Diabetes.

The wet dose of any remedy is made by inserting 3 pellets into a 500ml bottle of spring water which is shaken hard to ensure bubbling after which a teaspoonful is sipped.

Report response in a few days.
Joe De Livera last decade
Urine: frequent, profuse, watery , milky. Diabetes.....use Phosphoric Acid ..6C ...four times a day.

There is also anxiety and grief in the person.

Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade

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