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    Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)


    Urinary Tract Infection is a common infection in any part of the urinary system (kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra) caused by bacteria. The infection usually starts in the urethra and then travels up to the urinary bladder and other parts of the urinary tract. Urinary Tract Infection is more common in women than men because of the smaller urethra in women (which becomes infected more easily) and the urethra is near the anus (a source of contamination). The recurrences of UTIs in women are more common. Risk factors include female anatomy sexual intercourse and family history. In Ayurveda, it is known as Pittaja Mutrakrichchra.

    UTI - NirogStreet
    UTI - NirogStreet

    Causes of UTI

    Mainly E.Coli and streptococcus bacterias are responsible for UTI, other viruses or fungi may rarely be the cause of UTI. Ayurveda believes UTI may occur due to the following factors

    1. Excessive exercise
    2. Increased intake of pitta aggravating food
    3. Excess intake of alcohol
    4. Intake of medicaments having corrosive and irritant properties
    5. Intake of meat from animals inhabiting marshy land and fish in excess

    Other conditions can also contribute to UTI:

    1. Diabetes
    2. Bowel incontinence
    3. Kidney stones
    4. Reduced intake of fluids
    5. Pregnancy
    UTI - NirogStreet
    UTI - NirogStreet

    Symptoms of UTI

    • Burning sensation while passing urine
    • Discomfort, pain or burning sensation in the urethra
    • Increased frequency of urination
    • There may be the presence of pus or blood in the urine and fever
    • Strong smelling urine
    • In women, pelvic pain may be there
    • The feeling of needing to pass urine even when the bladder is not full

    Ayurveda classified three types of Mutrakrichhra(UTI)-Vataja, Pittaja, and Kaphaja producing different symptoms according to aggravation of Doshas.

    Management of Ankylosing spondylitis

    Obstruction to urinary flow

      • Congenital anomalies
      • Renal calculi
      • Ureteral occlusion
      • vesicoureteral reflex

    Residual urine in the bladder

      • Neurogenic bladder
      • Urethral stricture
      • Prosthetic hypertrophy

    Instrumentation of urinary tract

      • Indwelling urinary catheter
      • Catheterisation
      • Urethral dilation
      • Cystoscopy

    Sex- Women

      • Honeymoon cystitis
      • Pyelitis of pregnancy
      • Use of diaphragm or spermicide
    UTI - NirogStreet
    UTI - NirogStreet

    Simple home remedies for UTI Treatment

    1. Take 20 ml of decoction of sandalwood, Indian sarsaparilla, Phyllanthus nigiri and Tinospora cardifolia.
    2. Take 3 cups of water in a vessel, mix three teaspoons of coriander powder, and one teaspoon of powdered rock candy, and leave it overnight. Mix well and drink one cup of the liquid three times a day.
    3. Have 1 teaspoon of powdered Indian gooseberry fruit (amla) with a glass of water on an empty stomach every morning

    What to do in UTI

    1. Take more coconut water
    2. Lemon Juice
    3. Grape Juice
    4. Watermelon
    5. Other cooling drinks
    UTI - NirogStreet
    UTI - NirogStreet

    You must avoid

    • Hot, spicy, salty, fish and sour diet
    • Avoid tea, coffee and any other carbonated drinks
    • Avoid harsh soaps and washes at the vaginal region.
    • Avoid getting dehydrated.
    • Avoid sitting in the washroom for hours in order to avoid swelling.

    When to see a doctor?

    These UTI symptoms is very painful to withstand, it must not be avoided, because it may lead to many serious problems like PID (Pelvic inflammatory Disease), Urinary incontinence and many others. Visit to your nearest Ayurvedic doctor, or visit our clinic for best treatment, you can visit online at www.nirogstreet.com for experts advice.