June 25, 2014 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

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. (more…)

June 5, 2014 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

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. (more…)

June 4, 2014 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

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. (more…)

March 4, 2014 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

“In nature, where there is balance, there is no disease and the germ, in this case the B. Coli in the intestinal tract, performs a useful function. Where the intestinal mucosa is healthy the B. Coli is nonpathogenic. Any change in the host which affects the intestinal mucosa will upset the balance and will be followed by a change in the habit and the bio-chemistry of the B. Coli, which may then be said to become pathogenic, but it should be noted that the primary change, the disease originated in the host, which compelled the bacillus to modify its habit…

November 21, 2013 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

“The real pathological condition of the kidneys in these cases is not one of acute Bright’s disease, nor one of croupous formation in the kidneys, but one of renal congestion, with oozing of blood into the pelvis of the kidney. The condition is not infrequently the result of living in damp dwellings. When its urinary symptoms are present, you may give Terebinthina with confidence, no matter what the patient’s disease may be.” E.A. Farrington, Clinical Materia Medica Latin: Terebinthinae oleum Common: Oil of Turpentine, distilled from different species of Pinus Affinity Terebinthinae has definite affinity to bleeding mucous surfaces. The…

December 1, 2012 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

The acute urinary infection is one of the most unpleasant inflammations, happening to both men and women. It is also a dangerous infection for the kidneys play essential role in the organism, keeping the homestasis. The first manifestation of urinary inflammation occur in the outer (peripheral) urinary organs; symptoms of discomfort, burning pain in the urethra, frequent urging to urinate are the most common initial signs. The allopathic treatment of urinary inflammation is suppressive. Due to antibiotics and chemotherapeutics the development of bacteria is suppressed; the discomfort disappears and patients think they are cured. But the bacteria that cause urinary…

October 7, 2012 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

This article is part from a set dedicated to the most common urinary problems. The set provides information about the homeopathic treatment of  involuntary urination in children (enuresis), inflammation of the kidneys (nephritis), inflammation of the bladder (cystitis), and other related urinary disorders. Enuresis of Children Many children suffer from involuntary passage of urine at night, during sleep. Some of them continue to wet the bed during the puberty period and even to adulthood. It is very difficult for children to overcome this poor habit for it happens during the time when mind is ruled by the unconscious. After the…