Home Remedies: Burning Micturition or Painful micturition

Urinary tract infection treatment | UTI | DR MANISH JAIN

Burning Micturition or painful micturition is sign of UTI (Urinary tract infection). A urinary tract infection (UTI) can knock you off your feet.

UTIs occur when bacteria enter the urinary tract and multiply. They affect one or more areas within the urinary tract. This can include the:

  • urethra
  • bladder
  • ureters
  • kidneys

They can cause:

  • painful and frequent urination
  • lower abdominal pain
  • bloody urine
  • needing to urinate frequently
  • passing cloudy or blood-tinged urine
  • fever
  • foul-smelling urine
  • pain in the side and back

How to get relief from UTI without Medication?

UTI also known as Urine infection by Indian patient can be treated at home most of time without any anti-biotic.

Increase Water Intake

Hydrating your self is very important, increasing water intake or fluids can reduce the risk of UTI.

This is because regular urination can help flush bacteria from the urinary tract to prevent infection

Lemon juice with Water

lemon juice to your drinking water in the morning to help combat UTIs – lemon maintains the correct pH levels in the urinary tract preventing bacteria from growing.

Lemon juice is full of vitamin-C which not only increases the immunity to fight against bacteria & viruses but also help you to maintain your weight.

Follow these rules to avoid UTI

First, it’s important not to hold urine for too long. This can lead to a buildup of bacteria, resulting in infection.

Peeing after sexual intercourse can also reduce the risk of UTIs by preventing the spread of bacteria.

Additionally, those who are prone to UTIs should avoid using spermicide, since it has been linked to an increase in UTIs.

Finally, when you use the toilet, make sure you wipe front to back. Wiping from back to front can cause bacteria to spread to the urinary tract and is associated with an increased risk of UTIs

Consult your General physician

If you are still facing burning micturition or painful micturition you can contact general physician for further evaluation & management.

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