Homeopathy Treatment for urinary tract infection

A urinary tract infection is an inflammation of the urinary tract. These include the ureter, urethra and bladder. If the urethra or bladder is affected by the inflammation, this is referred to as a lower urinary tract infection. If the inflammation spreads to the ureters or even the kidneys, it is an upper urinary tract infection. Most urinary tract infections are caused by bacteria. Women are much more likely to be affected by urinary tract infections than men because they have a much shorter urethra than men. Pathogens can more easily enter the urinary tract and cause inflammation there.

Homeopathic remedies are used to reduce inflammation and relieve symptoms. 

Which homeopathic remedies help?

Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for urinary tract infection that best suits your situation.


Chronic bladder or urinary tract infections. Yellow foamy urine, otherwise reddish or brown in color and noticeably cloudy.

Capsella bursa pastoris

Burning sensation in the urethra when urinating, frequent urinary retention or dribbling. The urine is streaked with blood and/or pus.

Causes of urinary tract inflammation

  • bacteria 
  • Malformations of the urinary tract
  • Kidney stones
  • bladder stones
  • weakened immune system
  • diabetes
  • tumors of the urinary tract

Symptoms of urinary tract inflammation

  • Burning pain when urinating
  • Frequent urge to urinate
  • abdominal pain
  • Bloody urine

In the case of severe urinary tract inflammation, if the kidneys are also affected, these symptoms can also occur:

  • Fever
  • chills
  • Pain throughout the abdomen
  • nausea and vomiting
  • exhaustion

Further tips and information on treatment

You can prevent urinary tract infections by drinking plenty of fluids, going to the toilet regularly, maintaining proper hygiene and dressing warmly.


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