Urinary Tract Infection
Also indexed as:Bladder Infection, Cystitis, Honeymoon Cystitis, UTI
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Urinary Tract Infection must be diagnosed and treated by a medical doctor. Homeopathic remedies are often helpful during bladder infections (cystitis), relieving discomfort and encouraging quick recovery. Symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate with burning or stinging sensations, and sometimes aching in the bladder area. Offensive-smelling, cloudy, or discolored urine may be passed. Very uncomfortable or long-lasting urinary tract infections—especially those accompanied by fever, pain in the kidney region, or other serious symptoms—should be treated by a doctor.
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