An exhaustive study of Homeopathic remedies for Urinary Tract Infections.

Urinary Tract Infection

Homeopathic remedies for Urinary Tract Infections.

29. Aconite.

High fever; restlessness; constant urging, yet fearful of voiding urine, on account of the painfulness of the act; urine scalding hot; micturition painful, difficult, sometimes only drop by drop; children reach with their hands to the genitals and cry out.

28. Apis mellifica.

Great irritation at neck of bladder, burning urination ; frequent desire, with passage of only a few drops; difficult urination of children ; urine scanty, high-colored, hot, red, and bloody ; if caused by cantharides.

27. Arsenicum.

Burning pain, especially at the commencement of urinating; fever; great restlessness; cold perspiration; face and extremities cold; chronic cystitis, with inability to void the water; bladder greatly distended and paralyzed ; urine turbid, mixed with pus and blood.

26. Belladonna.

Rapid sinking of strength ; the region of the bladder very sensitive to the touch ; urine hot and fiery red ; clear at first, but soon becoming turbid on standing, and depositing a copious, slimy, bright-red, branlike sediment.

25. Camphora.

Antidotes the effect of drugs acting on kidneys and bladder ; complete suppression of urine ; slow and thin stream ; burning in urethra and bladder.

24. Cannabis sativus.

Gonorrhoeal cystitis ; burning smarting in the urethra ; complete suppression of urine, or constant urging to urinate, especially at night, with burning pains ; passes only drops of bloody urine.

23. Carbo vegetabilis.

In old people and chronic cases, where there is acute inflammation.

22. Chimaphila.

Frequent and profuse discharge of urine, loaded with mucus ; urging to urinate after voiding it ; pressing fulness in the region of the bladder.

21. Colocynthis.

After alleviation of the most violent symptoms, when the pain during micturition extends all over the abdomen; the urine looks turbid when first voided ; depositing, on standing, a tough, mucous sediment, which can be drawn into strings.

20. Conium.

Cutting-drawing through the urethra while urinating ; sharp stitches shortly after urinating in the region of the neck of the bladder for many hours ; shooting stitches in back part of urethra.

19. Dulcamara.

Chronic cases, with constant desire, deep in the abdomen, to urinate ; painful pressing down in the region of the bladder and urethra; drop-discharge of urine, with mucous sediment, or mixed with bloody lumps.

18. Elaterium.

Inflammation of the neck of the bladder; pains, when urinating, so violent as to induce some degree of convulsions, with constant heat at the neck of the bladder.

17. Erigeron.

Dysuria of teething children; the child cries when voiding urine, the calls for which are frequent; increased discharge of a strong odor ; vesical irritation from calculi.

16. Eupatorium purp.

Constant desire to pass water, accompanied by a cutting aching pain in the bladder; most excruciating burning and smarting in the urethra daring the passage of urine; passes a few drops at a time, and is obliged to try it often.

15. Helleborus.

The inflammation gradually increased in intensity, with desire to urinate, causing spasms ; little urine is voided ; constant nausea; distended abdomen.

14. Hyoscyamus.

Retention of urine, so that bladder becomes largely distended ; urine turbid, depositing a mucous or purulent sediment; great thirst ; dry tongue ; delirium.

13. Kali carbonicum.

Violent cutting and tearing in the bladder, neck of the bladder and urethra ; urine hot, scanty, frequent, flows slowly, with soreness and burning, and deposits a red, slimy, or purulent sediment.

12. Lachesis.

Catarrh of bladder, with discharge of offensive mucus during micturition; urine almost black, foamy; ineffectual urging to urinate ; burning when it does pass ; feeling as of a ball rolling in the bladder or abdomen when turning over.

11. Lycopodium.

Feeling of heaviness in the bladder; burning during micturition ; constant urging to urinate, passing into retention of urine; urine dark, flocculent, with thick purulent sediment of a nauseous odor ; fever, with general malaise and gastric ailments; frequent urging to urinate, forcing one to retain the urine and to support the abdomen with the hands ; chronic cases ; disposition to urinary concretions ; in children urging to urinate, with impossibility to pass it, they cry impatiently and grasp the abdomen ; when they discharge, the urine may be pale and clear.

10. Mercurius.

Fever, with chilliness ; great soreness in the region of the bladder when touching it; violent urging; the urine flows in a thin stream, or only drop by drop, containing mucus, blood, or pus ; during micturition sweat breaks forth; syphilitic gonorrhoea.

9. Nux vomica.

Frequent urging to urinate, with violent pains during and alter micturition, which is very scanty; burning pain in urethra, bladder, and kidney; contractive pain in urethra while urinating; constipation ; after drugs or suppressed gonorrhoea.

8. Pareira brava.

Constant urging to urinate, with violent pains in the glans penis and straining, so that it extorts screams from the patient; worse after midnight till morning; the urine has a strong ammoniacal smell, and contains large quantities of thick tough mucus.

7. Polygonum.

Painful cutting and feeling of constriction and strangulation at the neck of the bladder while urinating, lasting a long time after; pains in bladder; frequent and profuse discharge of clear or straw-colored urine.

6. Populus.

Urine scanty, containing a large quantity of mucus and pus, with severe tenesmus, as soon as the last drops are voided or a little before ; catarrh of the bladder, especially in elderly persons, perfect retention; chronic gleet.

5. Pulsatilla.

After exposure to cold the urine deposits a slimy sediment, which sticks to the vessel ; tenesmus and stinging in the neck of the bladder; the pain continuing awhile after micturition.

4. Sepia.

Chronic cases; distension of the lower part of abdomen annoying itching sensation in the region of the bladder, with urging to urinate, especially at night; during and after micturition chillness and heat in the head ; periodical discharge of mucus with the urine; sometimes pieces of coagulated mucus clog nn the urethra:
constipation. ‘

3. Sulphur.

Urine mixed with blood ; burning in urethra after micturition ; constant desire to urinate, day and night ; after micturition the pain continues in the urethra until a new urging ensues ; stool also painful ; feverish and sleepless during the night ; suppressed or visible cutaneous eruptions ; gonorrhojal discharges : haemorrhoids.

2. Tarantula.

Cystitis, with high fever, gastric derangement, excruciating pains, and impossibility to pass a drop of urine ; the bladder seems swollen and hard ; great tenesmus from spasmodic action, debilitating the patient, who passes only by drops a dark-red, brown, fetid urine, with a gravel-like sediment.

1. Uva ursi.

Frequent urging, with little discharge, and burning cutting pain afterwards ; the urine is yellow, but deposits a tough mucus ; sometimes blood and mucus are voided at the same time, with great straining ; constipation.

  • HomeopathicDana

    In due respect, this is neither “exhaustive” or a “study.”  I hope that you will make a greater effort to describe your writings better in the future OR we simply won’t believe you.

  • Mehak Naz

    Stone for, parera barava Q

  • Kameeni Larki

    Ye kya ha

  • Tatiana Savciuc

    Cantharis a good remedy, but it is missing on article.

  • Erika Gómez

    Cualquier medicamento x ejemplo berberis y cantaris

  • Bharat Bhushan Sharma

    Lyco 200 twice a week and berbires vul 30 & cholesterinum 30 tid are best for gall bladder& stone

  • SoCalGT

    Anas Noor will this work for kidney stones as well?

  • Kulwant Dhillon

    Dr saheb urine blader ke lie bhi thik hoga

  • Kulwant Dhillon

    Thanks I will try

  • Sudha Mishra

    Please Hindi main batayein .utruss main fibroids ki koi medicine batayein

  • Sankar Datta Gupta Gupta

    A lot of medicine we know. Thanks.

  • Anas Noor

    For stones you should use Berberis Vilgaris Q 3 doses a day before meals. One dose is 10-15 drops in a half cup of water, followed by 3 doses of Cocculus Indicus 30 after meals. Use Lycopodium 200 one dose at night before bed time. You’ll see good results in some time.

  • Diljeet Kaur

    Have hypothyroidism also

  • Diljeet Kaur

    What media you suggest for women having beenoperatedforhystectomyandhave no ovaries but suffer knee pain and osteoporosis

  • Kulwant Dhillon

    Ģrowth in urinary blader 15.5 mm and stone in gall blader because of stone liver also fatty cant eat only half chapaty pl tell me medi or u can sent to me

  • Nirmal Tanwar

    Cantharis, Apis mel

  • Maureen R. Reagan

    I used hydrastis tinct.

  • Drsamreen Iftikhar

    Cantharis. 200

  • Lokmani Gupta

    homoeopathy covers uti very good. medicine depends on situation.

  • Muzammil Khatri

    Also Thuja occ Q

  • Purshotam Behl

    Cantharis 30 is best

  • marianne t

    Don’t forget Terebintha, when all else fails.

  • Devarajan Chandrashekhara Nair

    Medorrhinum in the morning n Pyrogen in the evening, Children 30 potency n Adult 200 pot. Fro U.T.I

  • Rick Dery

    I also used Cantharis with success

  • Vikas Raut

    There are many remedies for UTI depends upon cause like puss cells,crystals,bacteria,etc mostly affects school going children,younger and old age people.remedies like lyco,cantharis,apis etc.