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Homeopathic treatment for Urethera Stricture

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 33   |   Comments: 0

Homeopathy is a type of natural medicine. This system of medicine has slowly risen in popularity over the years, making it now the second most common form of medicine used in the world. Homeopathy offers you a promising life long cure and you do not have to continue medicines for your whole life. 

A homeopathic doctor's approach is different from those who practice conventional or allopathic medicine. Homeopathy perceives all symptoms as a manifestation of the body's struggle to self heal. Homeopathic doctors normally do not prescibe medication for individual symptoms. 

Homeopathy is safe and natural with no side effects and act from within and make surgical procedure for stricture urethra unnecessary and avoidable.

Homeopathic treatment for stricture urethera : 

Urinary output at every voiding improves; not like the way you experience after dilatation and urethral stents.

Homeopathy would address the issue when injury or catheterization is known to cause narrowing of urethra by healing the damaged lining of urethra without scarring.

Homeopathic treatment helps in controlling the urinary infection and checks out the gonorrheal infection (sexually transmitted disease).

Homeopathy helps in toning the musculature of the bladder wall.

Homeopathy will prolong the duration between dilatations and will resolve scarring.

Homeopathy roots out the cause of the problem which is responsible for the distressful symptoms be it scar, injury, infection, suppressed gonorrhoea, enlarged prostate, kidney stones and so on.

Homeoapthic remedies are also helpful post operatively.

Homeopathic medicines modifies the disease process and stops the progress of the disease to dreaded complications.

When can the homeopathic remedies commenced in stricture urethra 

Homeopathy can be started at any point of time but earlier the person comes, the speedier he recovers and prevents further complications. The treatment is decided after thorough case taking of the patient. Thus homeopathic medicines of stricture urethra are designer made unlike allopathy in which all patients receive the same surgery or drugs although trade name may be different.

 Symptoms of Urethral Stricture ;

 More often than not, men find that they take longer time at the restroom to clear their bladder. As it goes, there is a feeling they have to exert pressure voluntarily at urination. At the end of urination there could dribbling of drops and still a feeling that the bladder has not evacuated completely and the urge to attend the toilet after a while again.

  • Reduced urine flow.
  • Dysuria (painful urination).
  • Difficulty urination.
  • Slow urine stream (may develop suddenly or gradually).
  • Spraying of urine stream.
  • Decreased urine output.
  • Increased urinary frequency or urgency.
  • Incontinence, dribbling.
  • Blood in the semen.
  • Pelvic pain.
  • Lower abdominal pain.
  • Bloody or dark urine.
  • Discharge from urethra at early morning.
  • Swelling of the penis.
  • Urinary retention.
  • Burning during urination.
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Causes of Stricture Urethra ;

 Stricture urethra happens due to the urethra which becomes narrowed down due to certain causes. The commonest of which happens to be due to : 

An injury either while riding or a fall and not uncommonly after a medical examination of the bladder through the urethra, or radiotherapy treatment which may damage the lining and the healed area could form into a scar narrowing the lumen.

Infection of the urethra is another cause. For example, sexually transmitted infections such as gonorrhoea or chlamydia. The infection is usually acquired through sexual contact.

Infection as a complication of longterm use of a catheter to drain the bladder.

Infection may cause inflammation in the tissues in and around the urethra. These infections usually clear with treatment but may leave some scar tissue at the site of the inflammation which can cause a stricture. A stricture is just one possible complication from a urethral infection.

Congenital : Some babies are born with a urethral stricture. It is not usually noticeable until late in life, as it fails to widen as the urethra does with growth, thus it only impedes urinary flow relative to the rest of the urethra after puberty. Moreover, the patient will often not "know any difference," and so will not complain about poor flow.

In infants and toddlers, stricture urethra can be as a result of inflammation following a circumcision and not noticeable until toilet training when a deflected stream is observed or when the child must strain to produce a urinary stream.

Passage of kidney stones through the urethra can be painful and subsequently lead to urethral strictures.

Cancer which spreads from prostate cancer or bladder cancer is a rare cause. 

Complications of Urethral Stricture ; 

Effect of straining : Herniation, piles, prolapse and so on. 

More pressure is needed from the bladder muscle to pass urine out through a stricture (it acts like bottleneck). Not all urine in the bladder may be passed when you go to the toilet. Some urine may pool in the bladder. This 'residual' pool of urine is more likely to become infected. This makes you more prone to bladder, prostate and kidney infections. 

An abscess (ball of infection) above the stricture may also develop. This can cause further damage to the urethra and tissues below the bladder. 

Cancer of urethra is a rare complication of a longstanding case of stricture urethra.

 

Stricture Urethra Diagnosed ; 

A physical examination may reveal the following : 

  • Decreased urinary stream.
  • Enlarged or tender lymph nodes in the groin.
  • Redness or swelling of the penis.
  • Urethral discharge.
  • Enlarged or tender prostate.
  • Distended bladder.
  • Hardness on the undersurface of the penis.
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Tests include the following : 

  • Urinary flow rate may be measured.
  • Post-void residual (PVR) measurement.
  • Urinalysis.
  • Urine culture (if evidence of infection).
  • Tests for chlamydia and gonorrhea.
  • Cystoscopy to confirm diagnosis.
  • A retrograde urethrogram to confirm diagnosis.

More information kindly contact; DR Harshad Raval MD (Homeopathy) or www.homeopathyonline.in

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