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Homeopathy | Urinary Retention in Children

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Categories: Acute Infections, Children & Infants, Homeopathy, Urinary Complaints, Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

dulcamara

Children are very sensitive to external stimuli. Whether it comes to environment or climate conditions, emotional stress, strong fright or excessive joy, overplay in the park or envy with the little brother or sister and so on; but the impact on the delicate little organism might be severe. Especially with the uro-genital system the consequences should not be underestimated. The little children often will not be able to tell what or whether it hurts, how and when the pains appear, is there a burning at the beginning or at the end of urination etc. This is the biggest trap before the accurate treatment. Moreover, in some cases the child will not be able to pass urine at all. Some of the children will scream before passing urine, others will tell they have no urge to go to the toilet. It is possible that the quantity of fluids they drink doesn’t change during the day but there is only but little micturition.

This article follows the string about urinary retention, with focus on cases of children. Here are presented few remedies which successfully will bring relief from the acute stage of this disorder. The aftereffects should be treated constitutionally.

Children are very sensitive to external stimuli. Whether it comes to environment or climate conditions, emotional stress, strong fright or excessive joy, overplay in the park or envy with the little brother or sister and so on; but the impact on the delicate little organism might be severe. Especially with the uro-genital system the consequences should not be underestimated. Continue reading →

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Spasmodic Retention of Urine | Part Two

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Categories: Homeopathy, Urinary Complaints, Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

arsenicum

The second part of the article for spasmodic retention of urine continues the exposure of the most prominent remedies for retention of urine due to spasmodic disorders or paralysis of the bladder.

The second part of the article for spasmodic retention of urine continues the exposure of the most prominent remedies for retention of urine due to spasmodic disorders or paralysis of the bladder.

Paralysis & Spasmodic Affections of the Bladder

Causticum

Causticum cures paralysis of the bladder which aroused after labor, and also due to forcible retention of urine resulting in over-extension of the bladder. This remedy has in its pathogenesis many paralytic conditions, and is well known therapeutic for such complaints. Continue reading →

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Spasmodic Retention of Urine | Part One

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Categories: Homeopathy, Urinary Complaints, Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

arnica1

Stoppage of urine may arise as a consequence from some urinary disorders caused by mechanical injury, inflammation of the kidneys, kidney stones, stricture of urine passages, inflammation of the bladder or of the urethra, paralysis of the bladder, enlargement of the prostate gland etc. The urine comes out in drops or doesn’t come out at all; there is violent burning pain in the urethra, swelling and heaviness of the bladder, frequent but ineffectual urging for urination, febrile symptoms. There may be present accompanying complaints from other organs and systems in the body, like headache, nausea, retching, vomiting, colic pains in the abdomen, distention of the abdomen, kidney colic and others.

This is the first one from the new upcoming series of articles, focused on the most important homeopathic remedies for retention of urine. The present article starts with the cases where the passing of urine is obstructed by mechanical injuries, spasmodic disorders and paralysis of the bladder.

Retention of Urine | Description

The retention of urine is a condition in which the secreted urine in the kidneys cannot be passed out. It is a dangerous condition because if the urine passage cannot be reinstated, there might be serious consequences for the kidneys, the heart and the lungs. Continue reading →

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