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Burning when urinating but thats it?!

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  • Posted By: katykaty
  • April 30, 2007
  • 11:36 PM

Hope someone can help. Since November i have been having painful burning when peeing. I have been to the doctors who first said was cystitus. So he gave me anti0biotics for that, this did ease the burning but it didnt stop it. so i went back for a chlamydia test. This came back neg. The doctor then gave me more antibiotics this time for Bacterial Vaginitus (not sure on all these spellings!). I have had cystitus about 5 times since november and i had it again last week. This time the doctor prescribed 500mg of an anti-biotic he said would def clean it up. Once again it got rid of the cystitus but the burning is still there.
Can anyone help? im really worried that having this problem for so long will do some real damage.

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  • Try this? Eliminate BREAD, caffeine, spices (especially curry), alcohol, chocolate, tomatoes, carbonated drinks, and highly acidic foods such as citrus. Eliminate ALL bread, including pizza, cakes etc, until you are well. Actually the problem is the way yeast reacts with other stuff, but even bread without yeast causes it. Here in ZA we get a brilliant homeopathic med by Dr A. Vogel of Switzerland called Bladder Irritation Formula. It contains Berberis vulgaris D3, Chimaphila umbellate D2, Helleboris niger D3, Lamium album D1, Lespedeza capitata D3, Pareira brava D2, Solidago virgaurea D1, Viola tricolour D3. Ask at alternative health shops. Also first thing every morning consider taking a urinary alkalinizer. We get a good one over here called Citro-Soda, containing sodium bicarbonate, tartaric acid, citric acid and sodium citrate. It's safe over the long term. Only beware, taking more than indicated can make one feel awful. There is probably something systemic underlying the condition. Before taking the doctor's stupid meds again, try Reiki and/or NAET. Visit www.naet.com to locate a therapist in your area. A traditional Chinese doctor is another great idea, see www.acufinder.com to locate one.
    Curly Stooge 319 Replies Flag this Response
  • Thanks so much i will try. if bread i the problem it makes since as i eat it a lot!.
    katykaty 1 Replies Flag this Response
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