Homeopathy Medicine for Urinary Tract Infection


UTI is the general term for an infection of any of the urinary tract organs, including the kidneys, ureters (the tube connecting the kidney to the bladder), urinary bladder, and urethra. Pyelonephritis, also known as nephritis, is an infection and inflammation of the kidney. Other terms for this condition include ureteritis (for the ureters), cystitis (for the urinary bladder), and urethritis (for


Women are more likely than men to develop bladder and urethral infections.

Infection in bladder :It is also referred to as cystitis and is primarily brought on by the E. coli bacteria. Because female urethra openings are close to anal openings, bacteria can travel through them and cause infection, which is frequently seen in young, sexually active women.

Infection in the urethra :It is also referred to as urethritis and is primarily brought on by sexual activity, as the proximity of the urethra to the vagina makes it susceptible to other sexually transmitted conditions such as Gonorrhea, Herpes simplex, and STDs.


Following are the signs:

  • urine that is cloudy or bloody and may be offensively scented.
  • Low grade fever (fever is not a requirement for everyone).
  • burning or pain that never stops while urinating.
  • lower abdomen, occasionally the back, feels tight or pressured.

Even after the bladder has been emptied, there is a persistent and strong urge to urinate.


To conduct the following tests, a urine sample is typically obtained:

  • Most of the time, your doctor or nurse can identify an infection using a urinalysis. Urinalysis: urine is examined to look for white blood cells, red blood cells, bacteria, and to test for specific chemicals, such as nitrites in the urine.
  • The bacteria in the urine can be identified through urine culture.
  • CBC (Complete blood count)
  • Blood culture


  • Young people, very old adults, and people with low immunity (due, for instance, to HIV infection or cancer chemotherapy) are at higher risk of developing sepsis (blood infection).
  • Kidney damage or scarring
  • Kidney infection


CANTHARIS :Useful medication when there is a strong urge to urinate along with cutting pains experienced before, during, or after urination.

SARSAPARILLA :Given when urine passes when the person is standing up, but only dribbling occurs when the person is sitting. There are also times when flakes or sediment are visible in the urine. These symptoms are indicative of cystitis. There is frequent urging with a burning pain at the end of urination.

APIS MEL :Helpful when heat and touch aggravate the symptoms and cold applications, cool bathing, and open air provide relief. Typically indicated when the person frequently needs to urinate but only small quantities are passed.

BERBERIS VULGARIS :When the person feels as though some urine is still inside, it is advised to use this medication. It is useful for cystitis with twinges of cutting pain and a burning sensation that extends to the urethra and its opening.

CLEMATIS :primarily present when a person needs to urinate frequently but only passes a small amount of urine. there is a feeling of constriction in the urinary passage with interrupted flow, or there may be dribbling afterward. there may also be a tingling sensation that persists for some time after urination.

SEPIA :Useful medication if a person experiences sudden urges to urinate, pressure above the pubic bone or a bearing-down sensation in the bladder region, as well as small amounts of involuntary urine loss.

STAPHYSAGRIA :A feeling of pressure in the bladder after urinating, as if it is still not empty, a sensation that a drop of urine is rolling through the urethra, or a constant burning sensation are other indications. It is primarily indicated for cystitis that develops in a woman after sexual activity, especially if sexual activity is new to her or if cystitis occurs after every occasion of having sex.


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