Do You Have Problems Urinating?
You might be affected from cystitis (inflammation of bladder)
Medical reports show that 50% of women experience uncomfortable pains or urination problems caused by inflammation of the urinary bladder. On the other hand, 1 out of 500 men suffer from the same problem. How come women are more prone to cystitis than men?
How often do you feel urinating? Do you feel pain when you urinate? Do you see blood in the urine? One doctor says “drink more water”, and the other doctor says “take antibiotic”. Some say “don't take water” and others say “take more fruits”, and so on. What is right and what is wrong? All of them are both right and wrong! It is because there are many causes of cystitis that requires deeper diagnosis.
According to interviews done in the streets to women aged in their 40s, most of them experiences pain and difficulty in urinating and cause bladder inflammation. How does this happen?
If you will examine the urine, there should be no bacteria in the urinary systems and the urine itself. Where did it come from, then?
Does it mean that a small number of bacteria have suddenly multiplied in the bladder? Well, where do the bacteria come from?
The bacteria in the bladder are caused by Escherichia coli (E. coli) coming from urethra. As we stated previously, women suffers more than men, mainly because a woman's urethra is much shorter than man's, allowing the bacteria to travel at a much shorter distance to reach the bladder. A woman's urethra is about 1 and 1/2 inches long while a man's urethra is about 6-7 inches long.
Keep in mind that misdiagnosis of this condition may lead you to even more serious trouble. For instance, a middle-aged woman was thinking that she may just have a simple bacterial infection that causes bladder inflammation. She was told to take plenty of water and antibiotic by her doctor. However, the pain did not reduce at all. She underwent urine test but here doctor was not able to find any presence of bacteria at all. Later, they found out that the cause of the inflammation was from the food she ate. “Unbelievable”, she exclaimed.
Normally, the food we take should not cause any inflammation to the bladder. However, there are chances where a certain food can trigger bladder inflammation for particular persons.
Her doctor used endoscope to see the interior of her bladder, and found that the interior of the bladder was entirely chapped by food irritants.
If you are suffering from cystitis and the cause is not due to bacterial infection, then the foods you take, such as coffee, tea, fruit juice, carbonated drinks, vinegar, onion, cucumber, tomato, hot pepper, mustard, and curry, might be responsible for the inflammation. For this reason, doctors recommend to drink a lot of water.
As we know, the urinary tract is made up of kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Infection of any of these organs may spread to others. The symptoms of urinary tract infections may vary widely, and sometimes there are no symptoms at all. Even sexual intercourse may carry such bacterial infections...although rarely.PYRO-ENERGEN
If the cause is due to bacterial infection, then the PYRO-ENERGEN therapy may not help you at all. If the cause is not bacterial infection, then the PYRO-ENERGEN therapy may help you. Whichever it is, we recommend you to consult your doctor at first.