Homeopathy Medicine for Suppression Of Urine Or Anura Or Oliguria
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Patient complains that he has not passed urine for sometime, but there is no evidence of a distended bladder. Catheterization does not produce any result. The condition is SUPPRESSION OF URINE, or ANURIA, or OLIGURIA.
Urine may not be passed for days and there may be no symptoms, but there may be vomiting in some cases. Death may occur suddenly if there is suppression, which may be caused by an obstruction in both ureters, a tumour at the base of the bladder, a malformation of the ureters, or another factor.
Suppression can also result from severe renal failure caused by any acute or chronic conditions, such as acute nephritis, subacute nephritis, or chronic pyelonphritis, as well as from a febrile state, such as heat stroke, which is characterized by intense vomiting, diarrhea, and sweating.
Oliguria may be brought on by a variety of conditions, some of which resolve on their own while others require medical attention.
Dehydration:Oliguria is usually caused by this, and it typically occurs after vomiting or diarrhea.
Burns and other serious injuries:Blood loss (hemorrhage), anaphylactic shock from a severe allergy, and septic shock following an infection or surgery are other types of trauma that can cause oliguria. Burns can dehydrate you and make you pee less.
Obstruction:A blockage anywhere in the urinary tract can result in oliguria or even anuria, which is when you don’t urinate at all. Many different things, such as scar tissue from surgery, kidney stones, or a tumor, can obstruct your urinary tract. Urine must pass through a maze of “plumbing” called your urinary tract to get from your kidneys to your urethra — the tube that takes urine out of your body.
Medicines:Some medications, such as:
- NSAIDs, such as aspirin and ibuprofen, are non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
- Certain antibiotics
- Some chemotherapy drugs
- Blood pressure-lowering ACE inhibitors
- medications for treating an enlarged bladder
- Contrast fluids may occasionally be used by medical professionals when they take an X-ray or another image of your body.
Kidney disease:Oliguria is a sign that your kidneys aren’t functioning properly, though it can also be a sign of kidney failure.
According to the cause of the decrease in urine production, people may also experience other symptoms in addition to the primary one, which is decreased urine production.
the following are the main oliguria warning signs and symptoms:
- fewer or smaller-volume urinations than usual, or both.
- If there is red or dark red blood in the urine, this is a different kind of problem called hematuria. Urine is a darker color than normal (typically a deeper yellow color such as amber).
Kalium chloricumconsists of albuminous, scant, suppressed urine with a high phosphoric acid content and low total solids, occasionally with haematuria, and is indicative of kidney inflammation when it results in suppression.
Opiumis a sign that something needs to be done when the bladder loses its ability to feel, when the bladder becomes paralyzed after a laparotomy, or when the bladder becomes retained after being startled.
Helliborus nigerBladder is over distended and paralyzed during pregnancy with frequent urge to pass urine and much pain; after great pressure there is only a scanty discharge. The suppression is due to nephritis, which causes kidney inflammation and causes the urine to become suppressed. urine is scanty and dark colored with coffee ground sediment.
Solidago virgaureais the homoeopathic alternative to a catheter. It is useful in treating chronic nephritis. It causes dysuria with pain in the kidneys that is accompanied by sensitive kidneys.
Stramoniumbladder emptying, loss of bladder function in the elderly, a slow urinary stream, and rigor during urination are all symptoms that suit urine suppression, particularly during typhoid.
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