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How to treat bladder infection naturally?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 13, 2008
  • 05:20 PM

Dear Friend,
Are you sick and tired of....
* Constantly wanting to use the bathroom
* Stinging pain when urinating
* Bursting to go and yet not being able to
* Cloudy or bloody and foul smelling urine
* Regular cycles of re-infection
* Taking antibiotics that may do more harm than good
* Spending hundreds of dollars on prescription drugs and doctors visits
* Feeling that there is no hope, just an endless cycle of pain, drugs and medical appointments.

If you have had enough, then this is the most important report that you will read.

What is urinary tract infection?

An infection anywhere in the urinary tract. It has differing symptoms, depending on the area affected.
Urethritis causes a burning sensation when urine is being passed. often due to a sexually transmitted infection.
Cystitis causes a frequent urge to pass urine, lower abdominal pain, haematuria, and often, general malaise with a mild fever.
pyelonephritis causes fever and pain in the back under the ribs.
Cystitis and pyelonephritis are almost the result of a bacterial infection.
If the infection spreads to the kidneys, if it is left untreated, can lead to permanent kidney damage and septic shock.
90% of all infections are caused by e.coli bacteria that have invaded the urinary tract, usually from the gut. The natural remedies for and e.coli infection will not affect other types of infectious agents and this can result in women suffering persistent, repeat infections. One cure will not work in all cases.
The risks of developing a urinary tract infection can be reduced by STRICT PERSONAL HYGIENE, drinking lots of fluids, and regularly emptying the bladder.

some additional steps that a woman can take on her own to avoid an infection:

Drink plenty of water every day.
Urinate when you feel the need; don't resist the urge to urinate.
Wipe from front to back to prevent bacteria around the anus from entering the vagina or urethra.
Take showers instead of tub baths.
Cleanse the genital area before sexual intercourse.
Avoid using feminine hygiene sprays and scented douches, which may irritate the urethra.
drinking cranberry juice.
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