Natural Ways to Stop Constant and Painful Urination

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UTI Be Gone is a new program that provides people with natural remedies, techniques, tips, and detailed instructions on how to beat their urinary tract infection quickly. In the program, people will discover a lot of healthy foods that support them in the urinary tract infection treatment process. In addition, the program is designed by Sherry Han, who suffered from urinary tract infection for many years. Using antibiotics is not a good way to treat urinary tract infections since bacteria will boost resistance against antibiotics after each use. The only way to treat urinary tract infections permanently is to do that the natural and effective way. With UTI Be Gone, sufferers will know how to alleviate their problems once and for all. The best part is that you will never have to worry about urinary tract infections recurrence or harmful side-effects, as UTI Be Gone is a completely natural solution which will brings permanent results. Order UTI Be Gone right today to get rid of urinary tract infections for good.

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Haemorrhagic Cystitis

Chamomile extract decreased the symptoms of haemorrhagic cystitis. Thirty-two patients were randomly assigned to receive either the antibiotic cotrimoxazole (trimethoprim sulfamethoxazole) alone or with a chamomile extract administered on day one as a bladder instillation, followed by daily hipbath use. Symptoms were evaluated after 10 days and indicated that the chamomile group experienced more rapid alleviation of symptoms than the group treated with only cotrimoxazole. The product used was Kamillenextrakt, an ethanolic extract of chamomile flowers (Barsom etal 1993).

Urinary tract infection

While most women have a natural defense mechanism in the walls of the bladder that interferes with bacterial growth, some women appear to lack this mechanism. In addition, as women age and their estrogen levels fall, they are more prone to thinning of mucous membranes and more frequent UTIs. Symptoms Burning and pain during urination plus the frequent urge to urinate even when the bladder is empty. It is also possible to have a UTI with no symptoms. Untreated, a UTI could lead to a serious kidney infection. It usually takes 24 hours for the bacteria to reach the bladder before symptoms appear. Treatment There are many different anti-bacterials available to treat UTIs. Plenty of fluids will help to flush the bladder and dilute the urine water, fruit juice, or caffeine-free soft drinks are best choices. While many women can successfully prevent infections by drinking cranberry juice, which increases the acidity of the urine and interferes with bacter For those women with recurrent UTIs,...

Coping with interstitial cystitis

Some people with fibromyalgia suffer from a painful bladder condition called interstitial cystitis (IC). This chronic and sometimes severe condition makes people with it feel like they must urinate constantly. The person feels this way even after she just went to the bathroom. The condition may feel like a bladder infection, but no bacteria are found when the urine is cultured. Often, the bladder aches painfully. Many people with IC have been treated with repeated courses of antibiotics because doctors assumed that they must have had bladder infections, despite a negative culture, because they were in such pain. Yet unnecessary antibiotics can aggravate the painful bladder even further. Diagnosing interstitial cystitis Treating interstitial cystitis

Cystitis

Cystitis is a bacterial infection of the lining of the bladder affecting mainly women. It is usually caused by E. coli which travels from the anus through the urethra and into the bladder. Food allergies, vaginal yeast infections, chemical sensitivities, tissue abrasion from friction during intercourse, and a too large diaphragm may increase exposure to bacteria. Stress and oral contraceptives can lower resistance to infection. Symptoms of cystitis include burning pain upon urination, pain in the lower abdomen, pressure, frequent urge to urinate but unable to do so, strong urinary odor, fever, and low back pain. If infection is recurrent, see a physician as the disease could spread to the kidneys. Drink plenty of fluids. Urinate frequently, completely, and always after intercourse. Wipe the genital area from front to back, wear cotton underwear, and avoid scented products.

Hemorrhagic cystitis

Hemorrhagic cystitis (bleeding from the bladder) may result from administration of certain chemotherapy drugs used in your child's conditioning regimen. Occasionally, it is caused by a bacterial or viral bladder infection. Symptoms of hemorrhagic cystitis include blood in the urine (which may be obvious to the eye or microscopic), blood clots in the urine, pain with urination, and bladder discomfort. If your child receives a chemotherapy drug that has the potential to cause this problem, Mesna may be used to decrease the risk of bladder damage due to cyclophosphamide and related drugs. If your child develops hemorrhagic cystitis or a urinary tract infection, she will receive antibiotics, intravenous fluids, and pain medication as needed.

Indications Indian Gum Arabic Tree

(f KAB WO3) Burn (f SKJ WO3) Cancer (f BIB JLH) Cancer, ear (f JLH) Cancer, eye (f JLH) Cancer, liver (f JLH) Cancer, spleen (f JLH) Cancer, testes (f JLH) Cataract (f GHA) Catarrh (f GHA HH2) Childbirth (f DEP) Chill (f ZUL) Cholecystosis (f BIB EB22 173) Cholera (f SKJ WO3) Cold (f GHA) Colic (f KAB) Condyloma (f BIB) Congestion (f BIB) Conjunctivosis (f DEP NAD) Cough (f DEP KAB NAD) Cramp (f BOU) Cystosis (f DEP) Dermatosis (f BOU WO3) Diabetes (f1 BOU DEP GHA SUW WO3 ZUL) Diarrhea (f GHA GMH PH2 SUW) Dysentery (f BIB DEP SUW) Dyslactea (1 X15283686) Dyspepsia (f ZUL) Dysuria (f KAB) Edema (1 X8982438) Enterosis (f1 DEP X15476301) Fever (f BIB BOU UPW) Flu (1 FNF) Fracture (f KAB) Fungus (1 WO3) Gastrosis (f DEP) Gingivosis (f BOU DEP PH2) Gonorrhea (f1 DEP KAB ZUL) Hemorrhoid (f BIB KAB PH2) Hepatosis (f1 BIB WO3 PR14 510 X11054840) High Blood Pressure (f1 BOU ZUL) HIV (1 X10189947) Hypersalivation (f DEP) Impotence (f NAD UPW) Induration (f BIB JLH) Infection (1 WO3 ZUL...

Cranberry Vaccinium Macrocarpon

Folklore has for years perpetuated the use of cranberry for the treatment and prevention of urinary tract infections (UTIs). Cranberries can be consumed as fresh fruit, concentrate, sauce, and juice. Cranberry juice cocktail, which is a mixture of cranberryjuice, sweetener, water, and vitamin C, has been used in a number of studies since single-strength juice is unpalatable. To date, no high-quality clinical trials have been done to suggest the efficacy of cranberry juice or extract for the treatment of UTIs (14). In one uncontrolled trial done in the 1960s, 73 (44 of 60) of patients had some improvement in symptoms or reduction in culture growth after 21 days of consuming 16 oz of cranberry juice. However, only four patients had completely negative cultures. Furthermore, most of the 44 patients who showed some response had a recurrence within 6 weeks of stopping therapy, suggesting that cranberryjuice may be inadequate for eradication of actual infections (15). A number of studies...

Miscellaneous Effects of Systemic Treatment

A series of other long-term and late effects are associated with specific systemic cancer drugs. For example, bleomycin causes pulmonary fibrosis at doses above 450 mg m2, especially in the elderly and those on supplemental oxygen,66 and the acrolein metabolite of cyclophosphamide and ifosfamide causes a hemorrhagic cystitis that in a small proportion of unfortunate patients can become chronic after a severe acute episode. Cisplatin can affect renal function, which can be either acute or of delayed-onset. Vinca alkyloids like vincristine cause sensory neuropathy, as do platinum drugs (cisplatin, oxaliplatin) and taxanes (paclitaxel, docetaxel). Many of these can reverse to some extent but take many months or even years to do so. Cisplatin's ototoxicity is often permanent.67

Your body during weeks 25 to

Your urine flow is continuing to be slow this month, due to your expanding uterus and relaxed muscles in the tubes carrying urine from the kidneys to the bladder. As a result, you're at continued risk of developing a urinary tract infection. If you're urinating more frequently and also experiencing burning, pain, fever or a change in the odor or color of your urine, you may have an infection. Contact your health care provider. Urinary tract infections are a common cause of preterm labor.

Acute and late adverse events

EBRT delivered with conventional techniques is fairly well tolerated, although grade 2 or higher acute rectal morbidity (discomfort, tenesmus, diarrhea) or urinary symptoms (frequency, nocturia, urgency, dysuria) requiring medication occur in approximately 60 of patients. Symptoms usually appear during the third week of treatment and resolve within days to weeks after treatment is completed. The incidence of late complications that develop > or 6 months after completion of treatment is significantly lower, whereas serious complications that require corrective surgical intervention are rare. An analysis of 1,020 patients treated in two large Radiation Therapy Oncology Group (RTOG) trials 7506 and 7706 demonstrated an incidence of chronic urinary sequelae, such as cystitis, hematuria, urethral stricture, or bladder contracture, requiring hospitalization in 7.7 of cases, but the incidence of urinary toxicities requiring major surgical interventions such as laparotomy, cystectomy, or...

Indications Horseradish

Abrasion (f HOO) Allergy (f1 LIB PED) Alzheimer's (1 COX X15231456) Anorexia (f APA DEM) Arthrosis (f1 APA BGB CAN COX X15231456) Asthma (f1 BGB DEM FNF) Atony (f FEL) Bacillus (1 X10548758) Bacteria (12 HHB HH2 KOM X17260672 X10548758) Bronchosis (f12 APA PHR PH2 SKY X16618018) Bruise (f HOO) Cancer (1 FNF JLH) Cancer, abdomen (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, breast (f1 FNF) Cancer, colon (f1 FNF JLH X15231456) Cancer, liver (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, nose (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, spleen (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, stomach (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, skin (f1 FNF JLH WO2) Catarrh (1 KOM PHR X17260672) Chilblain (f GMH) Cholecystosis (f PHR PH2) Cold (f1 DEM SKY) Colic (f APA PH2) Congestion (f1 APA) Cough (f12 GMH PHR PH2) Cramp (f1 HHB WIN) Cystosis (1 LIB PHR) Debility (f BOW) Dental Plaque (f FAD) Diabetes (f DEM LIB) Dropsy (f FEL GMH HHB) Dysmenorrhea (f DEM) Dyspepsia (f PHR PH2 SKY) Dysuria (CAN PED fi PHR) Edema (f BGB CAN) Enterosis (1 PH2 WO2) Epistaxis (f HOO) Escherichia (1 HH2 X17260672 X10548758) Fever (f...

Complications And Prognosis

Prognosis has dramatically improved since the combination of CYC and GC has been utilized for severe disease presentations. Milder forms of WG, in which critical organ systems are not involved, may be effectively treated with weekly MTX or daily AZA. Recent studies have demonstrated that in severe disease, making a transition from CYC to MTX or AZA after approximately three months spares, or markedly reduces, CYC toxicities. These include cystitis, bladder cancer, lymphoma, myelodysplasia, and sterility. Almost all patients will achieve remission with these approaches to therapy. Because relapses are very common, patients should be closely monitored for early signs and symptoms of disease, so that treatment may be instituted or changed without delay.

Indications Frankincense

Abscess (f HAD) Alzheimer's (1 COX FNF) Anxiety (f BOW) Arthrosis (1 COX FNF) Asthma (f1 HHB X12244881) Backache (f HAD) Bilharzia (f BIB) Bleeding (f BIB HAD) Boil (f DEP) Bronchosis (f1 BIB DEP X12244881) Bruise (f HAD) Callus (f BIB) Cancer (1 COX FNF JLH) Cancer, anus (1 BIB COX) Cancer, breast (1 BIB COX) Cancer, eye (1 BIB COX) Cancer, penis (1 BIB COX) Cancer, spleen (1 BIB COX) Cancer, teat (1 BIB COX) Cancer, testicle (1 BIB COX) Carbuncle (f DEP JLH) Cerebrosis (1 X12244881) Chest ache (f BIB) Colitis (1 FNF X12244881) Congestant (f HAD) Corn (f JLH) Cough (f HAD) Crohn's Diseases (1 X12244881) Dermatosis (f GMH) Dysentery (f BIB) Dysmenorrhea (f BOW) Dyspepsia (f HAD) Edema (1 FNF) Fever (f BIB) Gingivosis (f BOW) Gonorrhea (f BIB) Hemorrhoid (f HAD) Hepatosis (1 PR14 510) Infection (f BOW) Laryngitis (f BIB DEP) Leprosy (f BIB) Leukemia (1 FNF) Mastosis (f GHA JLH) Meningioma (1 FNF) Myelosis (f HAD) Neurosis (f BIB GHA HAD) Ophthalmia (f GHA JLH) Orchosis (f JLH) Pain (f...

Treatment and Prognosis

Encopresis can cause both physical and emotional problems. Impacted stool in the intestine can cause abdominal pain, appetite loss, and bladder infections. In addition, affected children may feel ashamed or embarrassed and may avoid going to school, playing with friends, or spending the night away from home. parents may feel guilt, shame, anger, or distaste, which can further upset the child.

PSADT as a surrogate for drug activity

Kelloff et al. 31 , reviewed the use of PSA-DT as a surrogate for tumor response to drugs in patients with prostate cancer. They concluded that protocols that demonstrate significant changes in PSA-DT might be used to support accelerated approval of newer therapies. There is data to suggest PSA-DT in castrate resistant patients is predictive of outcome after chemotherapy 32 . An important caveat is expressed by Newling's review 33 of the subject which concluded that though dynamic changes in the PSA such as PSA-DT are commonly used in clinical trials of new drug therapies, PSA-DT might be affected by other factors including assay variations and false elevations of serum PSA caused by irritation of bladder catheters, prostatitis and cystitis. A substantial incidence of transient elevations of PSA (55 ) was reported following combined external beam radiation and brachytherapy for prostate cancer 34 . These complicating issues should always be considered before PSA-DT is used to modify...

Wax Moth Feeding Model

Finally, we examined the ability of the wax moth feeding system to detect differences in virulence among P. aeruginosa isolates. Strains MSH10 (an environmental isolate) and U2504 (a urinary tract infection isolate) are virulent in C. elegans, but neither is as pathogenic as PA14 (rank order virulence of 5 and 6, respectively, versus a rank order of 2 for PA14 within the group of 20 strains tested). Surprisingly,

Urogenital Infections

Probiotics are widely used to decrease the frequency of recurrent bacterial vaginosis and candidal vulvovaginitis, and have undergone clinical testing that supports this use. They are administered both orally and intravaginally. Additionally, lactobacilli play a significant role in the prevention of UTIs. One study using intravaginal administration of probiotics such as Lactobacillus GR-1 and B-54 or RC-14 strains twice weekly for 2 weeks and then monthly for 2 months demonstrated that treatment resulted in 45 less UTIs than placebo and improved the maintenance of normal flora (Reid & Burton 2002). A significant reduction in UTI rate was also reported in a randomised double-blind study involving 55 premenopausal women (Reid 2001 b). The study investigated the effectiveness of treatment for 1 year with a weekly suppository containing either 0.5 g L rhamnosus GR-1 and L. fermentum B-54 or a Lactobacillus growth factor. Treatment resulted in the UTI rate decreasing by 73 and 79 ,...

Think my PD is worse What do I do

If none of these are happening, then you should look for an infection. Bladder infections or upper respiratory infections are the most likely culprits. It is likely that any of these situations can cause a temporary worsening of your symptoms without implying that there has been progression of your PD. Sometimes, changing the times when you take your drugs, clearing up a bladder infection, or simply getting enough sleep can relieve the problems.

Homeopathic medicine

Remedies for acute symptoms include Argentum nit., for excessive flatulence, constipation alternating with diarrhea, pain in the left, upper abdomen, mucus in the stools, fluttering in the stomach, and great apprehension. Colocynthis is prescribed for griping pains that are relieved by bending double or applying pressure to the abdomen, and that are associated with anger. Cantharis is particularly suitable for treating women who have burning abdominal pains, cystitis, great thirst, nausea, and vomiting.

Why do some patients with MS become unable to urinate when they have to urinate all day and night

Treatment of bladder dysfunction is usually directed at relieving symptoms and reducing the risk of infection. Ditropan and other anticholinergic drugs are the mainstay of the treatment of urinary frequency and urgency. Unfortunately, these drugs tend to produce dryness of the mouth. Often, patients prefer to use the drugs only at night to reduce wakening and risk of incontinence. These drugs can be useful when patients with urinary frequency and urgency have to leave their homes. Urinary catheterization is sometimes necessary to achieve bladder emptying and can help prevent recurrent bladder infections and complicating kidney damage. If catheterization is recommended, it should

Epidemiological Factors

Maternal and prenatal risk factors constitute a lengthy list of biological and environmental conditions. These include shorter interpregnancy interval, increased placental weight, low socioeconomic status, nutritional deficiency, anemia, urinary tract infection, intrauterine hypoxia (oxygen deficiency), fetal growth retardation, smoking, drug exposure, poor prenatal care, young age, lower education, and increased number of pregnancies. Several studies have identified maternal smoking as a significant risk factor. The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) conducted a large study in the United States of 757 SIDS cases with two matched control groups. Seventy percent of the SIDS mothers in this study smoked. When compared with the control groups, the risk for infants of mothers who smoked is doubled and progressively increases as the number of cigarettes smoked per day increases. These infants also die at younger ages. Constriction of blood vessels leading to...

Indications Spiny Cocklebur

Bacillus (1 MPG X9364417) Bacteria (1 MPG) Blennorrhagia (f MPG) Boil (f HJP) Cancer (1 MPG) Cold (f VAD) Cramp (f VAD) Cystosis (f VAD) Diarrhea (f VAD) Dysentery (f HJP) Dyspepsia (f HJP) Dysuria (f MPG) Edema (f VAD) Epilepsy (f HJP) Fever (f VAD) Flu (f VAD) Gout (f VAD) Headache (f MPG) Hepatosis (f MPG) High Blood Pressure (f VAD) Infection (f1 MPG VAD WOI) Inflammation (f VAD) Insomnia (f HJP) Klebsiella (1 X9364417) Leukemia (1 MPG) Malaria (f EFS) Micrococcus (1 MPG) Nephrosis (f MPG) Obesity (f VAD) Oliguria (f VAD) Pain (f HJP) Pharyngosis (f MPG) Pneumonia (1 X9364417) Pseudomonas (1 X9364417) Pyelosis (f VAD) Rabies (f HJP) Rheumatism (f HJP) Salmonella (1 X9364417) Scrofula (f EFS) Snakebite (f DAW) Sore (f HJP) Sore Throat (f MPG) Splenosis (f MPG) Staphylococcus (1 X9364417) Stress (f HJP) Ulcer (f HJP) Urethrosis (f VAD) Urolithiasis (f VAD) Uterosis (f MPG) Wound (f VAD).

Piper nigrum L Piperaceae Pepper Lada

Vomiting, diarrhoea and gastric symptoms. Homeopathically, it is used for irritation of mucous membrane and galactorrhoea. 3 A heavy dose of pepper with wild bamboo shoots is said to cause abortion. 4 In Assam, a method of birth control include Cissampelos pareira in combination with Piper nigrum, root of Mimosa pudica and Hibiscus rosa-sinensis.ll2 The fruits are used to remove excessive gas in system, increase flow of urine, treat colic, rheumatism, headache, diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera, and menstrual pains. 13 White pepper is used for cholera, malaria, stomachache while black pepper is used for abdominal fullness, adenitis, cancer, cholera, cold, colic, diarrhoea, dysentery, dysmenorrhoea, dysuria, furuncles, headache, gravel, nausea, poisoning due to fish, mushrooms or shellfish. 4

Historical Aspects Of The Use Of Nuts And Seeds For Health In Pakistan

History relates the similarity in the cultural heritage of Pakistan and India. The Materia medica of the Greco-Arab (Unani system) that is utilized in the subcontinent contains an inventory of utilissimus Roxb. inflammation, urinary infections, sexual vigor, gout, Aphrodisiac, laxative, demulcent, gonorrhoea cystitis, colic, and hemorrhoids (Shinwari & Khan, 2000)

Plantago major L Plantaginaceae Common Plantain Whitemans Foot Daun Sejumbok

Dosage A daily dose of 8 to 16 g of the whole plant or seeds in the form of a decoction or extract is used to treat oedema, dysuria, haematuria, persistent cough, bronchitis and ophthalmia. 31 Approximately 2 to 4 ml of the fluid extract taken orally three times daily serves for general well being. 32 As a rinse or gargle, 1.4 g of cut herb is immersed in 150 ml of cold water for 1 to 2 hours. 8 For internal use, 1.4 g of herb is immersed in 150 ml of boiled water for 10-15 min, drunk as infusion, for 3 to 4 times daily. 8

Eurycoma longifolia Jack Simaroubaceae Tongkat Ali Alis Umbrella Pasak Bumi

Eurycoma Longifolia Flowers

Treat excessive bleeding during menstruation, painful urination, inflammation and snake bites. 3 The leaves and flowers are also used as demulcent, diuretic and treat bacterial infection. They are used to treat boils, particularly on the chin, in the form of a poultice made of powdered dried leaves and flowers mixed with concentrated tea infusion which makes the boils burst earlier and less painfully. They are also used for treating i mpetigo, prurigo, metritis, leucorrhoea, mastitis, nephritis, cystitis, dysuria and infections. 12 The leaf is applied to swellings, crushed and compressed and applied onto abscesses, burns, and ulcers. It is also used as anodyne, alexipharmic, demulcent, expectorant, and refrigerant. 11 The flowers are used for lung ailments, with leaves for burns, inflammation, and snake bite. They are also prescribed for cough, dysuria and menorrhagia. 11 Dosage For the treatment of impetigo, prurigo, metritis, leucorrhoea, mastitis, nephritis, cystitis, dysuria and...

Cucumber cucumis sativus l cucurbitaceae

Cucumis Sativus

Bacillus (1 X15151242) Bacteria (1 X15151242) Beri-beri (f DAA) Biliousness (f KAB) Burn (f DAA) Cancer (f JLH) Cancer, abdomen (f JLH) Cancer, bladder (f JLH) Cancer, liver (f JLH) Cancer, stomach (f JLH) Condyloma (f JLH) Cystosis (f JLH NAD) Dermatosis (f DAA KAB) Dysentery (f IHB) Dysuria (f GHA NAD) Enterosis (f GHA JLH) Escherichia (1 X15151242) Fever (f NAD) Gastrosis (f JLH) Hepatosis (f JLH) Induration (f JLH) Infection (1 X15151242) Inflammation (f EGG NAD) Listeria (1 X15151242) Malaria (f NAD) Ophthalmia (f EGG) Salmonella (1 X15151242) Spermatorrhea (f NAD) Scald (f DAA) Sore Throat (f UPW) Sprue (f IHB) Strangury (f NAD) Sunstroke (f DEP NAD) Swelling (f DAA) Tapeworm (f GHA) Throat (f DEP NAD) Tumor (f JLH) Wart (f JLH) Urethrosis (f NAD) Worm (f DAA UPW). Unani, considering the seed diuretic, lachrymatory, and tonic, use it for bronchosis, fever, hepatosis, nephrosis, ophthalmia, sore throat, and thirst the fruit they consider cardiotonic, cerebrotonic, diaphoretic,...

Indications Coriander

Adenopathy (f KAB) Ameba (f PH2) Amenorrhea (f JFM) Anorexia (f2 APA EFS KOM PH2) Arthrosis (f BIB HHB) Asthenia (f BOU) Bacillus (1 HH2 X15612768) Bacteria (1 PH2 X15612768) Biliousness (f BIB DEP SUW) Bleeding (f DEP EGG PH2) BO (f APA) Bron-chosis (f KAB) Burn (f BOU) Cancer (f JLH) Cancer, abdomen (f JLH) Cancer, colon (f JLH) Cancer, sinew (f JLH) Cancer, spleen (f JLH) Cancer, uterus (f JLH) Carbuncle (f BOU DEP) Cardiopathy (f BIB GHA) Catarrh (f BIB) Chickenpox (f PH2 SKJ) Childbirth (f IHB PH2) Cholecocystosis (f PHR) Cholera (f BOU) Colic (f DEP GHA HHB) Condyloma (f JLH) Conjunctivosis (f DEP GHA) Coryza (f KAB) Cough (f IHB PHR PH2) Cramp (f1 BGB BIB PH2) Cystosis (f PH2) Dermatosis (f PHR PH2) Diabetes (f JFM) Diarrhea (f APA EGG HHB) Dysentery (f1 APA PHR PH2) Dyspepsia (f12 APA DEP GHA HHB KOM PH2) Dysuria (f PH2) Edema (f PH2) Enterosis (f2 BGB JLH PHR PH2) Epistaxis (f EGG PH2) Erotomania (f BIB) Erysipelas (f BIB) Erythema (f DEP) Escherichia (1 HH2 X15612768) Fever...

Drugs Used to Treat Infectious Diseases

Amoxicillin (Trade names Amoxil, Moxilin, Wymox) A semisynthetic oral penicillin antibiotic, similar to ampicillin. This broad-spectrum antibiotic is prescribed in the treatment of several infections caused by gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, including bronchitis, cystitis, gonorrhea, and ear and skin infections. ampicillin (Trades names Amcill, Omnipen, Polycillin, Principen) A penicillin-type semisynthetic antibiotic used to treat conditions caused by a broad spectrum of gram-negative and gram-positive organisms in the urinary, respiratory, biliary, and intestinal tracts. Some of these conditions include cystitis, bronchitis, gonorrhea, typhoid fever, and ear and eye infections. It is inactivated by penicillinase, and therefore cannot be used against organisms that produce this enzyme. cefaclor (Trade name Ceclor) A common cephalosporin-type antibiotic used to treat ear infections, upper and lower respiratory-tract infections, urinary tract infections, skin infections,...

Pathophysiologic Factors That Convert Latent Acureflex Points To Passive Points

Viscerosomatic pain syndromes occur when visceral disorders exist. Internal organs are associated with somatic segmental referred pain syndromes. Endometriosis, for example, is associated with abdominal myofascial pain. Interstitial cystitis and irritable bowel syndrome are associated with chronic pelvic pain syndromes. Liver disease can cause local abdominal and referred shoulder pain that manifest as a regional pain syndrome.

Bladder problems and male sexuality

Untreated B12 deficiency also causes bladder problems if the bladder nerves become damaged. As a result, people can't tell if their bladders are full or not. This leads to frequent bladder infections and a constant pool of unvoided urine, a problem referred to as urinary retention.

New uses for older antibiotics

Nitrofurantoin has long been used primarily to treat asymptomatic bac-teriuria in pregnancy and to treat nosocomial urinary tract infections (ie, catheter-associated bacteriuria). Nitrofurantoin is active against all entero-coccal isolates and gram-negative pathogens except Proteus species and P aeruginosa. It is not commonly appreciated that nitrofurantoin is highly active against both VSE and VRE strains. In hospitalized patients who have catheter-associated bacteriuria, which is most commonly due to either Escherichia coli or enterococci (VSE or VRE), the use of nitrofurantoin over the years has not diminished its effectiveness against VSE and VRE lower urinary tract infections. Nitrofurantoin has re-emerged as the preferred oral agent to treat cystitis or catheter-associated bacteriuria due to VSE VRE 2,11,12 . Nitrofurantoin is an oral antibiotic used to treat lower urinary tract infections. Nitrofurantoin does not concentrate in the upper urinary tract and is only available for...

Imperata cylindrica L P Beauv Gramineae Lalang Alangalang Speargrass

Imperata Cylindrica Tender Inflorescence

Traditional Medicinal Uses Rotted grass from thatch boiled with wine is used to treat bug bite, haemoptysis, severe constipation and vaginismus. It is also used for drug withdrawal symptoms. 3 Besides being used to quench thirst, its flowers and rhizome are also used to treat blood in the sputum, nose bleeds, lung and kidney diseases, j aundice, 11 haemorrhage, wounds, haemoptysis, epistaxis, haematemesis, haematuria, nephritic oedema, high fever, and urinary tract infections. 3 The roots are used to treat fever, cough with phlegm, 11 asthma, cancer, dropsy, epistaxis, haematuria, jaundice, nephritis, diarrhoea, gonorrhoea 3 and dysuria. 12

Coromandel diospyros melanoxylon roxb ebenaceae

Adenopathy (f BIB) Anemia (f BIB) Biliousness (f KAB) Bleeding (f DEP) Blood (f WOI) Burn (f BIB) Cardiopathy (f BIB) Cerebrosis (f BIB) Constipation (f WOI) Corneosis (f BIB) Dermatosis (f WOI) Diarrhea (f NAD WOI) Dysentery (f BIB DEP NAD) Dyspepsia (f NAD WOI) Dysuria (f WOI) Epistaxis (f BIB) Infection (f SKJ) Leukorrhea (f BIB) Nyctalopia (f BIB) Ophthalmia (f BIB) Palpitations (f BIB) Scabies (f BIB) Smallpox (f BIB) Sore (f BIB) Splenosis (f BIB) Trichiasis (f BIB) Uterosis (f BIB) Vaginosis (f BIB) Wen (f BIB) Intoxicant (f BIB).

Nerium oleander L Apocynaceae Oleander

Branch Point Helix

Traditional Medicinal Uses The roots are used to cool the body system, as a tonic, purgative, thirst quencher, treatment for sore throat, cough and fever. 10 In China, the roots are also used to treat bronchitis, cold, dysuria, haemoptysis, laryngitis, restlessness, thirst, tuberculosis, stress, as an aphrodisiac,

Plate Ix Skin Alterations Related To Pigmentation Dyschromia Macula Nevus

Plate IXD Spots and telangiectasia on the fossa triangularis and the upper branch of the anthelix on the left auricle. Aligned with these alterations and point zero are two nevi on the helix. The 41-year-old female had been operated on for a ovarian cyst on the left side and suffered with recurrent cystitis her other symptoms were backache, migraine and asthma.

Applications To Health Promotion And Disease Prevention

Seed powder is used for treating kidney stones and painful urination (Yeshodharan & Sujana, 2007). Powdered seeds are also given with milk for diabetes (Sreedharan, 2004), and approximately 5 g seeds are crushed and taken with water for stomachache (Jagtap, 2008). The seeds of Ensete superbum are used for the treatment of kidney and vesical calculi, urinary retention, burns and scalds, and menstrual disorders (www.botanical.com site column_ poudhia 144_kela.html).

Indications Dandelion

Abscess (f CRC MAD) Acne (f VAD) Adenopathy (f JLH) Ague (f BIB) Alactea (f LMP PH2) Alcoholism (f SKY) Alzheimer's (1 FNF) Anemia (f1 AAH DEM JFM WAM) Anorexia (12 APA KOM PH2 PIP VAD) Arthrosis (f BIB) Backache (f DEM) Bacteria (1 WOI) Biliary Dyskinesia (2 PIP) Biliousness (f BIB) Bladderstones (2 KOM) Boil (f CRC LMP) Bronchosis (f12 APA BIB LAF) Bruise (f BIB CRC) Cachexia (f NAD) Cancer (f CRC) Cancer, bladder (f JLH) Cancer, bowel (f JLH) Cancer, breast (f CRC JLH) Cancer, liver (f JLH) Cancer, spleen (f JLH) Caries (f CRC LMP) Cardiopathy (f APA BIB) Catarrh (f BIB CRC) Cellulite (1 FT71 S73) Chill (f HJP) Cholecystosis (2 BGB CRC HH3 KOM PH2) Cirrhosis (SKYf ) Cold (1 APA) Colic (1 PH2) Congestion (1 PH2) Conjunctivosis (f AAH AKT) Constipation (f1 FAD SKY FT71 S73) Consumption (f BIB) Cough (f MAD) Cramp (f DEM) Cystosis (1 WAM) Dermatosis (f APA BGB KAP KOM PH2) Diabetes (f1 BIB CRC JFM KOM MAD PH2 X15704495 X14750205) Dropsy (f1 BGB BIB DEM KAP MAD) Dysentery (f AKT)...

The History Of Herbal Medicine A Capsule Summary

All of my selected medicinal herbs have been used by Native Americans and are still being used by them today. They have used E. purpurea (purple coneflower) for everything from sore throats to snake bites.2 Being one of the most popular herbs in homeopathy, it is an immune system booster which has antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial properties.3 Although bitter tasting (as I can attest), Echinacea root is excellent for treating headaches, fevers, bladder infections, rheumatism, hemorrhoids, and numerous other wounds and illnesses.4 V. thapsus (mullein) was used to treat coughs, congestion, and tuberculosis. In addition, Native Americans smoked the flowers to counteract pulmonary diseases.5 The flowers of A. millefolium (yarrow) were used by the Great Lakes Ojibwa Amerinds to break fevers and a root decoction was used on skin eruptions. Various other parts of this plant also are used for wounds, toothaches, diarrhea, gas, intestinal ailments, and even chapped hands.6 The Otsego...

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Cephalosporins Antibiotics used to treat infections that occur in a variety of places in the body. They are usually used after other (less expensive) antibiotics have proven unsuccessful or when the infection is unusual. They can be used to treat most common URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS (UTIs) and upper respiratory infections such as PHARYNGITIS or TONSILLITIS. The cephalosporins include cefa-droxil, cefixime, cefuroxime axetil, cefaclor, and cephalexin. As with other antibiotics, some cephalosporins can treat certain bacterial infections better than others.

Indications Generic

Abscesses (f CAN FAD) Adenopathy (f CRC DEM PH2) Bleeding (f CEB DEM) Blepharosis (f VAD) Boils (f1 APA CRC GMH PNC) Bronchosis (f CRC) Bruise (f FEL) Burn (f1 APA FAD GMH PH2 WAM) Cancer (f CRC FEL JLH) Carcinoma (f CRC) Cardiopathy (f GMH) Caries (f CRC) Catarrh (f CRC DEM GMH) Chilblain (f CEB) Childbirth (f CRC DEM) Cholera (f CEB) Cold (f SKY) Cold Sore (1 APA) Colitis (f1 APA CAN CRC GMH) Conjunc-tivosis (f CRC DEM) Constipation (f CRC) Corneosis (f VAD) Cough (12 APA FAD HHB WAM) Cramp (f CEB CRC) Crohn's Disease (1 SKY) Cuts (f FAD) Cystosis (f1 GMH WAM) Dermatosis (f1 APA PH2 PNC VAD WAM) Diarrhea (f1 APA CAN FAD) Diverticulosis (1 FNF) Duodenosis (f PH2) Dysentery (f CRC FAD) Dyspepsia (f1 FAD) Dysuria (f CRC) Eczema (f CRC) Enterosis (12 APA CEB GMH) Erysipelas (f FEL) Esophagitis (2 APA) Felon (f CRC JLH) Fever (f CRC DAW) Fistula (f FEL) Fracture (f CRC DEM) Gangrene (f CRC) Gastrosis (12 APA GMH PHR PH2 SKY) Gleet (f FEL) Gonorrhea (f DEM) Gout (f CRC HH2 PH2) Heartburn...

Ampicillin Amcill Omnipen Polycillin Principen

A penicillin-type semisynthetic antibiotic used to treat conditions caused by a broad spectrum of gram-negative and gram-positive organisms in the urinary, respiratory, and intestinal tracts. some of these conditions include cystitis, bronchitis, gonorrhea, and ear and eye infections. It is inactivated by penicillinase and therefore cannot be used against bacteria that produce this enzyme.

Sweet Leaf Bush Cekup Manis Daun Katuk

Daun Katuk

Made from the juice of the fresh leaves and honey, and applied to the tongue and gums cures thrush of the tongue in infants. The leaves are used for erythema, measles and dysuria. Its roots serve as a diuretic and relieve congestion. 4 The root decoction is used for fever and urinary bladder complaints. 11

Botox and fibromyalgia

Your food more easily by helping to break it down. When you take antibiotics to combat an infection that you have (such as a strep throat or a urinary tract infection), those bacteria may be killed, or at least weakened, and thus, you get diarrhea and can't digest your food as well.

Antibacterial Potential of Neem Tree Azadirachta indica A Juss Seeds

CFU, colony forming unit MIC, minimum inhibitory concentration MDR, multidrug resistant NSEE, neem seed ethanol extract RSTI, respiratory tract infection RTI, reproductive tract infection SIC, sub-inhibitory concentration UTI, urinary tract infection ZDI, zone diameter of inhibition

Why should I take drugs that have side effects

Cystitis inflammation of the bladder associated with symptoms of urinary frequency and urgency. Pyelonephritis an acute infection of the kidney associated with fever, contrasting with cystitis (a bladder infection) where fever does not occur. Thrush Compared with viral infections, bacterial infections are a more practical problem. The most commonly encountered bacterial infections complicating the use of steroids include flare-ups of bladder and kidney infections (cystitis and pyelonephritis). Less commonly, skin wounds, pneumonias, and rarer infections can be problematic.

Indications Milk Thistle

Acne (f MCK) Ague (f GMH) Allergy (f1 MCK ACT9 251) Amenorrhea (f MCK NP9(2) 6) Anorexia (2 FAD PHR) Anthrax (f BIB) Arthrosis (f ACT9 251) Asthma (f1 BIB ACT9 251) Atherosis (1 X15617879) Biliousness (f GMH WOI) Bleeding (f BIB HHB NP9(2) 6) Bron-chosis (f BIB BOU EB49 406) Calculus (f BIB WOI) Cancer (f JLH WOI NP9(2) 6) Cancer, bladder (f1 NP9(2) 6) Cancer, breast (f1 HHB JLH MAB) Cancer, cervix (f1 HC020444-262) Cancer, colon (f1 FNF JN133 3861S) Cancer, lung (f1 X15224346) Cancer, nose (f HHB JLH) Cancer, ovary (f1 HC020444-262) Cancer, prostate (f1 X15899838) Cancer, skin (f1 HC020444-262 NP9(2) 6 X15586237) Cancer, tongue (f1 HC020444-262) Cardiopathy (1 X15617879) Catarrh (f BIB GMH) Cerebrosis (f ACT9 251) Childbirth (f HHB) Cholecocystosis (2 APA BIB PHR PH2) Cholelithiasis (f MCK) Cirrhosis (2 BGB KOM PH2 SHT) Colic (f HH3 PH2) Colitis (f ACT9 251) Congestion (f MCK) Constipation (f MCK) Cough (f BIB) Cramp (f BIB) CTS (f1 ACT9 251 HC020444-262) Cystosis (f HH3) Depression...

Urinarytract infections

Symptoms Sharp, burning pain on urinating, perhaps with a yellow, pus-filled discharge or blood in the urine (indicative of nonspecific urethritis), or with a frequent urge to urinate, if cystitis is the cause. In severe cases, kidney infections such as renal colic may follow In men, if accompanied by pain in the abdomen, lower back, rectum, or testicles, fever, and a urinal discharge, symptoms may be due to prostatitis (see right).

Womens health

Symptoms Cystitis with spasmodic pain in the bladder, and a frequent but ineffectual urge to urinate. Early, irregular, or heavy menstruation with cramping pains is treated with the remedy, as is menstruation preceded by faintness, and premenstrual syndrome with a violent temper. In pregnancy Nux vomica may be used to help ease fatigue, frequent

Baical skullcap

Historical note Baical skullcap is a TCM herb used to clear 'heat and dry dampness'. Diseases with heat are associated with symptoms such as fever, irritability, thirst, cough and expectoration of thick, yellow sputum. Damp diseases may be associated with diarrhoea, a feeling of heaviness of the chest and painful urination (Bensky & Gamble 1 986). From a modern perspective this suggests that baical may be useful for infection and inflammation of the respiratory, digestive and urinary systems. Scientific investigations have indeed shown that baical skullcap and its constituents have antibacterial, antiviral, antiinflammatory, hepatoprotective and diuretic actions (Zhang etal 2001).

Use birch for

The fresh leaves or buds of birch offer a powerful but pleasant tea for general detoxing, urinary complaints, cystitis, rheumatic and arthritic troubles, and gout. Some herbalists add a pinch of sodium bicarbonate to improve the tea's ability to cut high uric acid levels. Any condition of fluid retention, such as cardiac or renal edema and dropsy, will be helped by the tea. Birch is rich in potassium, so that (like dandelion) it does not deplete the body of this mineral in the way that medical diuretics do. cystitis

Systemic Therapy

Like radiation, chemotherapy is associated with second malignancies. The most common iatrogenic cancers attributable to systemic treatment are myelodysplasia and acute leukemia. These are usually associated with drugs that have alkylation as at least one of their mechanisms of action. Classic alkylators like cyclophosphamide contain an electorphilic alkyl group with an affinity for the N7 position on guanine. As a result, it intercolates itself between DNA strands causing mispairing of neu-cleotides and single and double strand breaks. Other drugs, such as the platinums, anthracyclines, and epipodophyllotoxins, have a nonclassical alkylating mechanism that achieves similar effects on DNA through electrostatic means. This DNA damage, if it activates an oncogene or inactivates a tumor suppressor, can lead to transformation of cells and neoplasia. There are other examples of secondary cancers resulting from primary systemic cancer therapy. For example, tamoxifen can cause uterine cancer...

Indications Dill

PH2 TRA X12493079) Halitosis (f1 APA PH2) Heart Problems (1 TRA) Hemorrhoid (f1 APA CRC) Hepatosis (f2 JLH PHR) High Blood Pressure (1 APA FNF TRA) High Cholesterol (1 X11409638) Induration (f CRC JLH) Infection (f12 APA PHR) Insomnia (12 APA CRC PHR PH2) Jaundice (f AHL CRC) Mastosis (f CRC JLH) Mycosis (1 TRA X12797755) Nephrosis (f APA PH2) Neuroses (1 APA) Obesity (1 X11409638) Pain (f BOU DEP) Pharyngosis (12 PHR) Respirosis (f PH2) Salmonella (1 TRA) Sclerosis (f CRC) Scirrhus (f JLH) Scurvy (f1 CRC) Shigellosis (1 TRA) Salmonella (1 TRA) Sore (f CRC) Spasms (f PHR) Splenosis (f JLH) Staphylococcus (1 CRC) Stomachache (f1 APA BOU CRC JFM TRA) Stomatosis (12 PHR) Syphilis (f PH2) Tumor (f CRC JLH) Urethrosis (1 APA PH2) Uterosis (f JLH) UTI's (f APA PHR) Venereal Disease (f PH2) Worm (f PH2) Yeast (1 X12797755).

Bladder Management

Proper treatment of urinary dysfunction is probably the greatest factor in increasing the life expectancy of people with MS and in reducing the number of MS-related hos-pitalizations. In addition to interfering with daily activities, bladder infections and other urinary complications can cause serious illness. The good news is that bladder symptoms can be controlled and complications prevented with proper assessment and treatment. Urinary tract infection (UTI) or cystitis. This occurs when bacteria in the bladder multiply and cause inflammation. Anyone can develop a bladder infection, but if you have MS, you should suspect neurogenic bladder and check beyond just treating the infection. incomplete bladder emptying can lead to UTi, because the accumulated urine provides a place for bacteria to multiply. Symptoms of UTi may include any combination of the following Burning or pain during urination (dysuria) Assessment of Bladder Dysfunction Bladder problems cannot be diagnosed on...

Equisetum

Horsetail is one of the oldest of plants and a long-used folk remedy for the urinary system, cystitis, incontinence, bedwetting, and prostate problems. It is the leading source of plant silica, and so helps where this mineral is deficient, as shown by symptoms like brittle nails, thin hair, and allergies. Externally, it is good for rheumatism, chilblains, and skin problems, and helps wounds, joints, and sprains to heal.

Escherichia coli

Background Escherichia coli are a remarkable group of organisms with a wide range of infections, including meningitis, septicaemia, and urinary infections. They are often also nonpathogenic. Those that cause GE also have a wide range of pathogenic mechanisms and are divided into various fairly distinct groups enteropathogenic (EPEC), enterohe-morrhagic (EHEC), enteroinvasive (EIEC), and enterotoxigenic (ETEC) are the main ones, although some groups diffusely adherent (DAEC) and enter-oaggregative (EAEC) have recently been described. Some EHEC strains produce a shiga (or verocyto-) toxin, STEC, which includes E. coli O157 H7 as well as other strains. However, because the O157 strains are much more common, STEC strains are classified as O157 and non-O157. Shiga toxin is produced by other bacteria also, including S. dysen-teriae type 1. Only these verocytotoxin-producing strains are considered in detail here because they are commonly foodborne and can cause serious illness and death.

Indications Citron

Anorexia (f NAD) Asthma (f1 DAD X15598576) Biliousness (f NAD) Bronchosis (f BIB) Calculus (f KAB) Cancer (f1 DAD JLH) Caries (f KAB) Colic (f DAD) Constipation (f EGG) Cough (f DAD) Cramp (f EGG) Diarrhea (f DAD) Dysentery (f NPM WOI) Dyspepsia (f EGG NAD) Dysuria (f KAB) Earache (f KAB) Enterosis (f DAD) Fever (f NAD) Gastrosis (f DAD) Halitosis (f KAB) Hemorrhoid (f KAB) Hiccough (f KAB) High Blood Pressure (1 WO2) Impotence (f KAB) Infection (f HJP) Inflammation (f1 NAD X15598576) Intoxication (f KAB) Jaundice (f DAD) Leprosy (f KAB) Lumbago (f BIB) Nausea (f NAD) Odontosis (f KAB) Ophthalmia (f HJP) Otosis (f KAB) Palpitation (f WO2) Pharyngosis (f KAB) Rheumatism (f UPW) Sclerosis (f DAD) Seasickness (f BIB) Snakebite (f NAD) Sore Throat (f EGG KAB) Splenosis (f DAD) Sting (f NAD) Stomatosis (f EGG UPW) Stomachache (f DAD HOC) Stomatosis (f EGG UPW) Syphilis (f DAD) Thirst (f NAD) Tumor (f DAD) Venereal Disease (f DAD) Worm (f EGG).

Indications Myrrh

(f PH2) Dandruff (1 JAR12 83) Decubitis (f BGB BOW) Dermatosis (1 APA MAD PH2 WI3) Diabetes (f1 JNP64 1460 X12506289) Diarrhea (f MAD JNP64 1460) Dicrocoeliasis (12 X15287191) Diptheria (f NAD) Dropsy (f BIB) Dysentery (f MAD) Dyslactea (f DEP) Dysmenorrhea (f1 BGB NAD PH2) Dyspepsia (f APA DEP FEL GHA NAD) Dysuria (f MAD) Earache (f BIB) Edema (1 X9582001) Enterosis (f DEP PH2) Epilepsy (f DEP) Erysipelas (f MAD) Fascioliasis (12 X5125536) Fever (f BIB DEP GHA MAD) Fracture (f GHA) Freckle (f MAD) Fungus (1 JNP64 1460) Furunculosis (1 CAN PH2) Gangrene (f FEL) Gas (f APA DEP MAD) Gastrosis (f FEL PH2 PNC JNP64 1460) Gingivosis (f1 APA DEP FEL PNC SKY) Gleet (f FEL) Gonorrhea (f FEL) Halitosis (f FEL) Hemorrhoids (f APA BGB BIB GHA) Hepatosis (f1 MAD X15125513) Hoarseness (f APA) Hypothyroidism (1 WAF) Impotence (f GHA) Infection (f12 DEP PH2 JNP64 1460) Infertility (f MAD) Inflammation (f1 BGB DEP GHA PH2 WI3) Itch (f1 WI3) Laryngitis (f FEL) Leprosy (f APA) Leukorrhea (f FEL MAD)...

Contraceptive sponge

The contraceptive sponge is a round circle of foam that is soaked in spermicide. It should be wet with clean water before inserting it deep in the vagina with a finger. It should be left in place for at least 6 hours after sex but not longer than 24 hours. It can be removed by reaching in and pulling the attached loop. This method does not protect against STIs and should be used only by women who know their partner does not have HIV, as the spermicide in the sponge can irritate the skin of the vagina and allow the virus to enter the body more easily. Women may also get more yeast or bladder infections with this method.

Pareira

People for whom Pareira is best suited tend to have a constant urge to urinate, with great straining and painful urination. There is typically severe pain radiating down the thigh, and it may be possible to urinate only in certain positions. In men, there may be severe pain in the penis. Excruciating pains may develop on

Indications Cumin

Adenoma (1 X16608205) Adenopathy (f1 JLH X16608205) Alzheimer's (1 COX FNF) Amenorrhea (f1 BOU HH2 VAD) Anorexia (f BIB VAD) Asthma (f BIB) Atherosclerosis (1 COX FNF X16608205) Bacillus (1 X10548758) Bacteria (1 X10548758 X15934015 X15631509) Bite (f DEP) Boil (f BIB KAB) Cancer (f1 JLH JAC7 405 X16608205) Cancer, abdomen (f1 JLH JAC7 405) Cancer, colon (f1 JLH JAC7 405 X16608205) Cancer, ear (f JLH) Cancer, esophagus (f1 JAC7 405) Cancer, liver (f JLH) Cancer, pancreas (f1 JNU) Cancer, spleen (f JLH) Cancer, stomach (f1 JLH JAC7 405) Cancer, testes (f JLH) Cancer, throat (f JLH) Cancer, uterus (f JLH) Cancer, uvula (f JLH) Candida (1 HH2) Cardiopathy (f1 BIB HJP X16608205) Childbirth (f HJP) Chills (f BIB) Cholera (1 HH2) Cold (f BIB BOU) Colic (f BOU BIB EGG GHA PHR PH2) Condylomata (f BIB JLH) Conjunctivosis (f BIB) Constipation (f BIB) Consumption (f BIB) Corn (f BIB JLH) Corneal Opacities (f BIB KAB) Cough (f BIB) Cramps (f BIB BOU) Debility (f NAD) Dermatosis (1 BIB JAR12 83)...

Surgery

Radiation aimed at your pelvis can affect your bladder, causing radiation cystitis (inflammation in your bladder), which can make you feel like you have to urinate frequently. It can also affect your bowels, leading to more frequent stools and sometimes diarrhea. Radiation can affect your bowels and bladder long term. Rarely, radiation cystitis can continue or develop after treatments are complete, which can lead to frequent urination or blood in your urine. Medications can help control the bladder irritation. Radiation proctitis refers to inflammation in your colon and rectum caused by the radiation. It can lead to diarrhea or blood in your stools. It is important to let your doctors know if you develop blood in your stools or urine so they can make sure it is due to radiation and not something else.

Spermicide

Spermicides may cause vaginal irritation and urinary tract infection. Some spermicides contain an ingredient called nonoxynol-9, which was previously thought to protect against certain STDs, such as gonorrhea and chlamydia. But recent studies have shown that it doesn't protect against STDs and may even increase the risk of HIV transmission. Researchers are working to find a more effective form of vaginal microbicide, a substance that kills microorganisms such as viruses and bacteria.

Infection Viral

Adenovirus is the most common cause of viral pharyngitis. It is a double-stranded DNA virus. Serotypes 3,4, and 7 are frequently associated with viral pharyngitis. It is transmitted by either respiratory droplets or direct contact. School-aged children are most commonly affected. The classic presentation includes fever, sore throat, coryza, and red eyes. Adenovirus is cytolytic to the epithelial cells it invades and induces a localized inflammatory response in the surrounding tissues. Nasopharyngeal swabs can be obtained for viral cultures and a negative monospot test should be confirmed. It is usually self-limiting and lasts five to seven days. Treatment is supportive. Severe morbidity and mortality are rare and only seen in patients with altered immune function. Complications of adenovirus infection include keratoconjunctivitis (pink eye), acute hemorrhagic cystitis nephritis, and gastroenteritis. Ribavirin has been advocated in several case reports when systemic...

Indications Cattail

Amenorrhea (f DAW) Anodyne (f DAW) Anorexia (f UPW) Bite (f EB29 7) Bleeding (1 BIB EB29 20) Boil (f DEM) Bruise (f DAW) Burn (f BUR DEM GHA EB29 20) Cancer (f DEM) Carbuncle (f DEM) Chafing (f DEM) Childbirth (f DAW ZUL) Circulosis (f ZUL) Cramp (f DEM) Cyanogenic (f1 EB30 400) Cyst (f DEM) Cystosis (f ZUL) Dermatosis (f DEM) Diarrhea (f DEM ZUL EB29 20) Dropsy (f EB29 20) Dysentery (f KAB WOI EB29 20) Dysuria (f EB29 20) Ecchymosis (f DAW) Enterosis (f BUR DAW DEM) Epilepsy (f AAH BIB EB29 7 EB24 265) Epistaxis (f DAW) Erysipelas (f FEL EB29 7) Fever (f EB29 7) Gastrosis (f BUR DEM) Gonorrhea (f DEM FEL WOI EB29 20) Gravel (f DEM) Hematemesis (f DAW) Hematochezia (f DAW EB29 20) Hematuria (f DAW) Hemoptysis (f DAW) Hemorrhoid (f DAW) Impotence (f DAW EB29 20) Infection (f DEM) Infertility (f ZUL) Inflammation (f DEM EB29 20) Insanity (f EB29 7) Kidney stone (f DEM) Leprosy (f DEM) Leucorrhea (f DAW) Madness (f BIB EB24 265) Mastosis (f DAW DEM) Measles (f KAB WOI EB29 20)...

Case

A 69-year-old man presented with painless gross hematuria. The patient's medical history was significant for cigarette smoking and urinary tract infection. Ultrasound and CT revealed an irregular soft-tissue mass in the dome with irregular thickening of the bladder wall, and pelvic lymphadenopathy (Figure 3). Cystoscopy confirmed the above findings and TURBT revealed an invasive PSCC of the bladder. The bone scan showed multiple skeletal metastases. PSCC from other organs was excluded. The patient underwent 2 cycles of etoposide and cisplatin chemotherapy, but developed an infection that precluded further chemotherapy. The patient died 6 months after diagnosis.

Agrimony tincture

Dose For tension or interstitial cystitis 3-5 drops in a little water three times a day as an astringent to tone tissues (as in diarrhea), half a teaspoonful in water three times daily. The leaves are healing too, being effective for urinary tract infections and helping to regulate blood sugar levels.

Indications Vetiver

MHK NAD) Colic (f WOI) Dandruff (1 JAR12 83) Dermatosis (f1 EGG MAF JAR12 83) Diabetes (1 MAF) Eczema (f MAF) Enterosis (f HOC VOD) Epilepsy (f SKJ) Fever (f JFM KAB MAF) Flu (f JFM UPW ZUL) Fungus (f1 MAF JAR12 83) Gas (f WOI) Gastrosis (f IHB MAF) Halitosis (f KAB) Hangover (f1 JAD) Headache (f JFM KAB NAD) Hemato-sis (f KAB) Hepatosis (f AHL) Infection (f1 MAF JAR12 83) Inflammation (f MAF MHK) Insomnia (f MAF) Lumbago (f WOI) Malaria (f MAF SKJ ZUL) Mycosis (f1 EGG MAF JAR12 83) Nausea (f MHK) Nesseria (f MAF) Neuralgia (f HOC JFM) Neurosis (f MAF) Odontosis (f MAF) Pain (f MAF VOD) Palpitation (f NAD) Parasite (f VOD) PID (f MAF) Pleurisy (f JFM UPW ZUL) Puerperium (f IHB) Rheumatism (f JFM WOI) Septicemia (f MAF) Snakebite (f SKJ) Spermatorrhea (f KAB) Sprain (f WOI) Staphylococcus (f1 MAF X10438227) Stings (f SKJ) Stomatosis (f MAF SKJ) Toothache (f MAF) Trichophyton (1 JAR12 83) UTI (f MAF) Vomiting (f WOI) Yellow Fever (f UPW). Khus essence and khus water used in India for...

Indications Nettle

Boil (f NPM) BPH (root) (12 BGB KOM MAB PH2 NP9(2) 10) Bronchosis (f1 CRC MAB PED) Bug bites (1 MAB) Burns (f1 BGB CRC MAB) Cachexia (f KAB) Calculus (f CRC) Cancer (f CRC FAD) Cancer, breast (f1 CRC JLH) Cancer, ear (f1 CRC JLH) Cancer, feet (f1 JLH) Cancer, lung (f1 CRC JLH) Cancer, mouth (f1 CRC JLH) Cancer, prostate (f1 NP9(2) 10 X15254411) Cancer, rib (f JLH) Cancer, spleen (f1 CRC JLH) Cancer, stomach (f1 CRC JLH) Cancer, womb (f1 CRC JLH) Cardiopathy (f AAH) Carcinoma (f BIB) Caries (f NPM) Catarrh (f WOI) Childbirth (f DEM) Cholangitis (f CRC) Cholecystosis (f CRC FAD MAB WOI) Cholera (f FEL) Cold (f AAH CEB NPM) Colic (f CRC) Colitis (f FEL MAB) Congestion (f APA) Constipation (f CRC WOI) Consumption (f1 BUR MAB SUW) Corn (f AAH) Cough (f AAH NPM) Cramp (f AAH MAD) CVI (1 BGB) Cystosis (f FEL) Dandruff (f PH2 WOI) Dermatosis (f1 BGB CAN MAB FT74 677) Diabetes (f1 CRC MAD PH2 FT74 677 EB49 406) Diarrhea (f1 BGB BUR FAD FEL MAB) Dislocation (f NPM) Dropsy (f AAH BGB CRC)...

Organizations

Cystitis Inflammation of the bladder associated with symptoms of urinary frequency and urgency. Cytomegaloviruses A family of herpes viruses that inhabit the urinary tract of almost all humans. Several subtypes have been described and appear to have geographic distributions. Pyelonephritis An acute infection of the kidney associated with fever, contrasting with cystitis (a bladder infection) where fever does not occur.

Indications Garlic

Stomatosis (f12 PHR) Streptococcus (12 X9354029 X15892950) Stroke (1 JN131 1010s) Swelling (f AKT FAD FAY GHA JFM) Syncope (f KAB) Tapeworm (f JFM) Thirst (f KAB) Thrombosis (f123 APA EGG GHA KAL KOM PH2) Toothache (f1 TRA) Tonsilosis (f1 LAW) Trachoma (f DAA) Trichomonaisis (f1 DAA) Trypanosomiasis (1 KAL) Tuberculosis (f1 APA EGG GHA JFM KAL TRA) Typhoid (f DAA) Typhus (f1 DAD KAL) Ulcer (f1 AKT X11238826) Ulcus cruris (12 KAL) UTIs (f1 WHO) Vaginosis (f12 APA DAA KAL) Varicosity (f DLZ JFM) Virus (1 PH2 TRA) Vitiligo (f EGG) Wart (f EGG PHR PH2) Wen (f JLH) Whitlow (f JLH) Worm (f1 AKT APA EGG JFM VOD) Wound (f GHA PHR) Yeast (f12 APA CAN JAD WO2).

Indications Grape

Alopecia (1 PH2) Alzheimer's (1 COX FNF) Anaphylaxis (1 FNF) Anemia (f NAD PH2) Anorexia (f NAD) Arteriosclerosis (1 VAD) Arthrosis (1 BIB COX FNF) Asthma (1 BIB) Atherosclerosis FNF PH2) Biliousness (f BIB NAD) Bladder stone (f BIB NAD) Bleeding (f BIB FEL HHB) Blepharosis (f1 VAD) Boil (f SKJ) Bronchosis (f GHA) Bruise (f NAD) Cachexia (f BIB NAD) Cancer (f1 FNF JLH PH2) Cancer, abdomen (f1 DAD FNF) Cancer, breast (1 JAF51 7280) Cancer, colon (1 DAD FNF X12935318) Cancer, ear (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, liver (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, neck (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, nose (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, testicle (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, throat (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, tonsil (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, uterus (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, uvula (f1 FNF JLH) Candida (f NAD) Capillary Fragility (f1 BRU FNF PH2 VAD) Cardiopathy (f1 BIB FNF VAD) Caries (1 FNF MB) Catarrh (f NAD) Cholera (f BIB DAA) Circulosis (f PH2) Cold (f NAD) Condyloma (f JLH) Conjunctivosis (f1 BRU FNF VAD) Constipation (1 X12935318) Consumption (f DAA PH2) Corn (f...

Anthocyanidins

Anthocyanidins are red-blue pigments in plants, and they are especially high in fruits such as blueberries, bilberries, and other berries. Like many other flavon-oids, anthocyanidins exist in nature almost exclusively in their glycoside (anthocyanin) forms. Although the glycosides are found in many plants, the primary commercial source of anthocyanins is Vaccinium myrtillus (bilberry), in which they occur at about 3 percent.185 Bilberries are eaten as food and have also been used medicinally to treat scurvy, urinary infections, diarrhea (due to their astringent characteristics), and varicose veins, as well to improve night vision and treat other eye disorders.186

The Urologist

Relief from irritable bladder with a combination of prescription medications used concurrently with suprapubic transcutaneous nerve stimulation (a transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator, commonly called a TENS unit, which is used to apply electrical current through the skin for pain control). A gynecologist or urogyne-cologist may also have expertise in managing pelvic pain syndromes such as endometriosis, severe dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation), vulvodynia (burning, stinging, or irritation of the female genitalia), and vulvar vestibulitis (redness and pain in a specific region of the female genitalia). Men may also suffer from frequent or painful urination or a painful prostate (prostadynia). These conditions severely impact not only the patient's quality of life but spill over into their sexual relationships. Long-term partner relationships for persons with FM have sometimes dissolved due to gynecologic co-morbidities. Moreover, lack of libido is not uncommon in FM....

Urinalysis

Bacteria in the urine suggest that either the specimen was not collected in a clean manner or that there is a urinary tract infection. If there is a urinary tract infection, it is usually due to a single type of bacteria, while a poorly collected specimen may contain many different types of bacteria. A leukocyte esterase test may help in detecting a urine infection, as the level of leukocyte esterase goes up when the white cells (leukocytes) are trying to fight an infection. However, this is not always a reliable finding.

Indications Onion

WHO) Anthrax (1 LIB) Aphonia (f DLZ) Apoplexy (f DEP) Atherosclerosis (2 APA KOM PH2 SHT) Asthma (f1 APA BRU JFM PHR PH2) Atherosclerosis (1 JFM WO2) Bacillus (1 X4064797) Bacteria (1 JFM PH2) Bite (f DEP) Biliousness (f KAB) Bite (f BOU NAD) Bleeding (f KAB) Blister (f1 EGG SKJ) Boil (f1 NAD SKJ) Bronchosis (2 BGB PHR PH2 WHO) Bruise (f EGG PHR WHO) Bugbite (f PHR) Burn (f JLH PHR) Cancer (1 APA JLH) Cancer, breast (f1 FNF JLH JNU) Cancer, colon (f1 JNU) Cancer, esophagus (f1 JNU) Cancer, gland (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, liver (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, lung (f1 JNU) Cancer, rectum (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, stomach (f1 APA BRU FNF JLH JAC7 405) Cancer, uterus (f1 FNF JLH) Candida (f1 X10594976) Carbuncle (f KAB LIB) Cardiopathy (f1 APA JFM JNU) Caries (1 X9354029) Cataract (f BOU) Catarrh (f KAB) Chest Cold (f JFM) Chilblain (f KAP X15664457) Cholecocystosis (f JFM PHR) Cholera (f DEP WHO) Circu-losis (f EGG) Cold (f12 DEM GHA PHR PH2) Colic (f EGG PHR PH2 WHO) Colosis (f KAP) Congestion (f1 APA BGB...

Use horsetail for

Horsetail may help if you have weak or brittle nails, thin hair with split ends, chronic cystitis or bladder irritation, multiple allergies, or weak joints and connective tissue. Horsetail is mildly diuretic, meaning it can clear the kidneys without exhausting them. It is useful in teas for cystitis, incontinence, and other bladder issues, and can help with the problems associated with prostate enlargement. Cystitis tea blend Dose Drink a cupful every two hours for acute cystitis, and continue with three cups a day for a while until you are completely over the cystitis. cystitis chronic cystitis

Safety

Overall, both oral inhaled cromolyn and nedocromil are well tolerated with minimal side effects. The side effects reported with cromolyn include throat irritation, cough, nasal congestion, mild bronchospasm, urticaria, angioedema, anaphylaxis, anaphylactoid reaction, and pulmonary infiltration with eosinophilia (PIE), cardiac tamponade and eosinophilia, dysuria, dermatitis, and myositis (155). One patient experienced a near-death exacerbation as he tried to use DSCG during an asthma attack (156).

The formula provides

Deficiency symptoms mouth ulcers, poor night vision, acne, frequent colds or infections, dry flaky skin, dandruff, thrush or cystitis, diarrhea. Vitamin D 300 i.u. - Ergocalciferol, a fat-soluble vitamin derived from animal sources (fish, dairy, eggs). Needed for the absorption, utilisation and retention of calcium, normal sexual function, and calcification of bone to maintain strong bones and teeth. Helps prevent loss of calcium from urine. Made by the body when exposed to sunlight. Toxic in excess (more than 1500 i.u. daily) as this may cause calcification of the liver. Vitamin B6 75 mg - Pyrodoxine, a water-soluble B Complex vitamin found in meat, fish, vegetables, bananas, whole grains, seeds and nuts, may be toxic in extreme doses (above 1000 mg). Works with other B Complex vitamins, zinc and magnesium. Required for the metabolism and synthesis of proteins. Needed for making energy, utilizing essential fatty acids, keeping levels of the female hormone oestrogen stable (and...

Indications Melon

Acne (1 FNF MAR) Anasarca (f BIB) Anuria (f DEP) Apoplexy (f BIB) Ascites (f BIB KAB) Biliousness (f BIB) Bronchosis (f BIB) Bruise (f BIB) Burn (f BIB) Cancer (f BIB) Cancer, bladder (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, liver (f1 FNF JLH) Cancer, stomach (f1 BIB JLH JNU) Cancer, uterus (f1 BIB JNU) Cardiopathy (1 FNF JNU) Childbirth (f HJP) Cold (f BIB) Coryza (f BIB) Cough (f BIB BOU) Cystosis (f FNF JLH) Dermatosis (f BIB) Diabetes (f BIB) Dyspepsia (f BIB) Dysuria (f BIB DEP NPM) Eczema (f BIB UPW WOI) Extravasation (f BIB) Fatigue (f BIB) Fever (f BOU) Freckle (f BIB) Fungus (1 UPW) Gastrosis (f JLH) Gonorrhea (f BIB) Hepatosis (f BIB JLH) Hyperkeratosis (1 FNF PAM DAS) Ichthyosis (1 FNF) Infection (1 UPW) Inflammation (f1 JLH X15261965) Insanity (f KAB) Jaundice (f BIB LMP) Leukoplakia (1 FNF PAM) Lupus (1 FNF MAR) Mastosis (1 FNF) Menorrhagia (f BIB) Mycosis (1 UPW) Nephrosis (f BIB) Oliguria (f BIB) Ophthalmia (f BIB) Pityriasis (1 FNF) Unani, considering the seed diuretic, lachrymatory, and...

What Is Aromatherapy

Each of the 130 or so varieties of essential oils used by the aromatherapist is believed to have specific healing properties that can help in the treatment of many ailments, ranging from relief from stress and minor physical conditions, such as sore throats and colds, to more serious ones, such as bronchitis. Some claim that these oils can relieve bacterial infections, immune disorders, cystitis, and herpes simplex, and that they even help patients with life-threatening conditions such as cancer and AIDS.1 Examples of commonly used oils are lavender (Lavendula officinalis), having antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial effects eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globules), acting as a stimulant and decongestant and rosemary (Rosmar-inus officinalis), to stimulate the circulatory system and soothe aching muscles.1

Disease Prevention

Passion fruit has an abundance of vitamins A and C, folic acid, niacin, calcium, iron, potassium, and other nutrients. The leaves have been used for centuries by Latin American tribes as a sedative or calming tonic. The fruit has been utilized in Brazil as a cardiac tonic and medicine, and, as the beverage maracuja grande, is often employed in the treatment of asthma, bronchitis, whooping cough, and other recalcitrant coughs. Passion fruit plays an important role in South American traditional medicine. In Peru, the juice is used to treat urinary infections, and also as a mild diuretic. In Madeira, the juice is used to stimulate digestion, and for treatment of gastric cancer.

Chest Radiation

Pelvic radiation can cause long-term radiation proctitis in a minority of patients. Analogous to the symptoms of a bladder infection, the inflamed rectum seeks to immediately discharge any small amount of stool that enters it. As a result, these patients can have severe fecal urgency and frequency, with each movement consisting of a disappointingly small amount of stool. Antispasmodics like Levsin or Anusol suppositories can help, and symptoms usually improve over the course of a couple of years. However, some patients with persistent debilitating symptoms eventually elect colostomy.

Use yarrow for

Yarrow has various other health benefits, as befits its all-rounder status. Its effect on bodily fluids helps in cases of diarrhea and dysentery. It is effective for colic and blockages of the urogenital area, as also for stomach cramps, cystitis, arthritis, and rheumatism.

Indications Cassia

Allergy (1 WO2) Alzheimer's (1 COX X12413723) Amenorrhea (f1 DAA PH2 WO2) Anesthetic (f1 WO2) Anorexia (12 BGB KOM PH2) Arthrosis (f1 COX DAA X12413723) Ascites (f WO2) Asthenia (f BGB) Asthma (1 BGB WO2) Bacillus (1 X12423924) Bacteria (1 X12423924) Bloating (2 BGB KOM) Bronchosis (1 BGB) Cancer (f1 JLH X15652283 X12860272) Cancer, bladder (f1 JLH X15652283) Cancer, colon (f1 COX JLH X12413723) Cancer, diaphragm (f1 JLH X15652283) Cancer, kidney (f1 JLH X15652283) Cancer, liver (f1 JLH X15652283) Cancer, rectum (f1 JLH X15652283) Cancer, spleen (f1 JLH X15652283) Cancer, stomach (f1 JLH X15652283) Cancer, vagina (f1 JLH X15652283) Cancer, uterus (f1 JLH X15652283) Chills (f DAA) Circulosis (f X15796573) Cold (f BGB CAN) Colic (f1 BGB CAN DAA PH2) Condyloma (f JLH) Cough (f BGB DAA) Cramps (f1 BGB) Cystosis (f JLH) Diabetes (f DAA) Diaphragmosis (f JLH) Diarrhea (f1 BGB CAN DAA PH2) Dysmenorrhea (f DAA) Dyspepsia (f12 BGB CAN KOM PH2) Dysuria (f DAA WO2) Edema (f WO2) Enteralgia (f...

Getting medical help

Laboratories have tools, such as microscopes, and people who are trained to test blood, urine, stool, and tissue for sicknesses and other health conditions . Sometimes a lab test is the only sure way to know what is causing a problem . For example, lab tests can show you if a woman has anemia, a bladder infection, or HIV.

Sarsaparilla

Sarsaparilla has a strong affinity with the urinary tract. It is prescribed for cystitis characterized by a constant urge to urinate, pain as urination ends, and possibly blood or a sandy or gravelly precipitate in the urine. There may be involuntary dribbling of urine, especially on sitting down, and normal flow may only happen when in a standing position. Symptoms better For standing for uncovering the neck and chest.