In homeopathy, there are remedies to relieve pain and discomfort caused by cystitis: painful urination, burning, itching, weakness, fever, itching, odor, discoloration of urine, etc ... Here are some of the remedies homeopathic most used.
Aconitum apellus: A remedy that is used to urinate when this sting less painful or less.
Apis: This remedy comes in handy when you do not stop and pee pee. As such, when cystitis urinate frequently suffers because it helps expel the agent. However, if it stings a lot, especially at the end of urination, Apis is phenomenal.
Belladonna: If the Apis is able to reduce urinary frequency, Belladonna can make urination less painful. It is also a remedy if there is a voiding with a small amount of blood in the urine, but in any case you should see a doctor for a review.
Berberis vulgaris: Another remedy for the typical pain of cystitis and burning that extends to the urethra. It also serves to evacuate all the urine, you do not run into the urethra and can irritate even more. Feeling disappears remaining drops of urine into the urethra.
Other remedies for painful urination, irritation and itching, are:
Cantharis, Boorax, Umbellata Chimaphila, Clematis, Equisetum, Lycopodium, Nux Vomica or Sarsaparilla.
What dose should I take?
After selecting the remedy that most closely matches our symptoms, we should note that as a general rule, if we self-medicate, we must start with the lowest dose of power. Power increases in the following scale: 6X, 6C, 12X, 12C, 30X, or 30C.
The instructions should be read and if possible, ask for advice or naturopathic doctor pharmacist.
Many doctors suggest that homeopathic remedies can begin to be as follows: Take one dose and wait for a response. If no improvement is seen, continue to wait and let the remedy action. If you begin to feel better, you can take another dose. The dose frequency varies with the condition and the individual. Sometimes a dose several times per hour may be required; Other times may be indicated doses several times a day; and in some situations, a dose per day (or less) may be sufficient.
If this is not effective within a reasonable period of time, select a different remedy.
In general, these remedies have no contraindications, however, if other drugs are taken or illness you suffer, it should inform the doctor.