Urethral Syndrome

Posted by Jola (McEwen, Tennessee) on 02/12/2008

Hi Again Group! Just to update everyone with my message about Urethral Syndrome, just TODAY, the lastest diagonosis is actually Urethritis, which would mean inflammation of the urethra. OK, they decided to keep trying the Doxycycline this I am currently on for this. I literally have 2 medicine cabinets FULL of prescription antibotics and NONE of them have worked, so after about 5 days, the doc would change to ANOTHER antibodic. The pain of this is killing me! It feels like the worst bladder infection on the planet and my lower back aches like a kidney infection, but, the only infection they are finding right now is some sort of "bacterial infection in my blood." Although, the only symptoms are this terrible bladder pain and lower back ache. This was so bad for me that 2 weeks ago I told them if they did not fix me, I was going to kill myself! I can not image having to live the rest of my life with this terrible pain in my bladder! That is when they prescibed the doxycycline and 2 different vaginal cremes!!! I think all of these awful antibodics and cremes are taking a tole on me! I cant even hardly get up in the mornings and feel terrible for hours!!! I dread going to bed, because I know when I wake up, I will go through this ALL OVER! I dread waking up feeling like that! I just started yesterday on Ted's recipe with the ACV,honey, and soda 3 times a day. Tonight, I also sit in a tub with ACV and salt, as well as a cool shower. Im trying to get used to the COLD shower. Also started inhaling HP. Also, I am ordering some d-mannose.
Is there anyone out there on the forum that can help me? Is there anything else I can do? I even wear a TENS unit to try and deal with this. God Bless, Jola

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Dear Jola: A couple of remedies can be applied topically instead of the usual cream. There are two formulas, that I might try depending on whether the bacteria is best suppressed by alkalization or by acidification. It is a topical solution and frequency of application is important. However, a reaction or improvement should be noticed within the first application to find what which is best for the condition:

Three possible formulas to try, since I don't know the bacteria/virus/fungus causing the problem:

acid antiseptic:

1. WHITE DISTILLED VINEGAR in 1.5% hydrogen peroxide. The white distilled vinegar is added 50% to the 1.5% concentration hydrogen peroxide. So the resultant mix we should end up is only 0.75% H2O2. This is a peracetic acid, which kills many thousands of bacteria and viruses. It is applied topically, if too strong, dilute with more water and rinse it if pain is felt, within a minute after application.

alkaline antiseptic

2. Washing Soda (Sodium carbonate) 10% in 1% hydrogen peroxide solution, well mixed, is applied to the area to test if this well help reduce externally some pain. If this happens, than I will take the Carbicarb remedy, which is 1/4 teaspoon of sodium carbonate plus 1/8 teaspoon of baking soda in 1/2 glass of water taken twice or three times a day. Assuming of course that the urine pH is acid, which usually is if I take antibiotics.

Fungus antiseptic:

3. Borax 5% in 1% hydrogen peroxide solution, well mixed is applied to the area. If this is responsive to fungus, than this should work the best. If borax works, I will take the borax remedy mentioned later here.

A wild card remedy:

4. Milk of magnesia is used as a topical solution. If this responds well, than it's a staph bacteria problem and I would probably take a lot more magnesium supplements.

There is a chance one or two remedies mentioned works, it will also indicate what remedies need to be taken internally.

Assuming I found which ones results in improving the pain, I will often try 1 teaspoon of sea salt in 1/2 glass of water well mixed, In some cases raising the salinity of the urine kills the bacteria that is causing the pain.

Before anything else, it is wise, to measure the pH of the urine and salinity of urine. Although no such equipment for home use is possible for the latter, still I have found that most of the bladder/kidney problems is due to drinking too much water WITHOUT taking any sea salts. Whenever the urine is low in natural salts, and antibiotics causes the urine to be acidic, it causes the bladder/kidney to be a dangerous environment for toxic bacterial growth. Natural salt is a natural antibiotic. And hence the mentioned 1 teaspoon of sea salt. However, it really helps if D-mannose was also taken, but xylitol I have found to be quite useful too. So I might take 1 teaspoon of D-Mannose and/or 1 teaspoon of xylitol in one cup of water along with the 1 teaspoon of sea salt. It should be noted that I may not take more than three times of sea salt. Usually the effect of remedy is seen only in the first dose as to the improvement. I rarely take the sea salt more than three times and usually take it only for one day and quite possibly will take it again within a couple of days later, or a week later.

Assuming I am responsive to a borax remedy, than I will drink 1/4 teaspoon of borax in one liter drinking water with 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt on a regular basis. As well as perhaps, later, will try to alkalize the urine pH, assuming my urine pH is below 6.5.

A "bacterial infection" in the blood is best remedied with 1/2 tablespoons of 3% H2O2 food grade in 1/2 glass of water taken for every two hours. However taking more than 4 or 5 doses or more may result in a headache. The cure for a headache caused by excess use of hydrogen peroxide food grade is vitamin C, sodium ascorbate. Colloidal silver is also well known against septcemia, which addresses directly the bacteria in blood, and 2 tablespoons can be added, although I will add a couple of drops of H2O2 to the colloidal silver to neutralize the free Silver ions. A silver oxide or some oxygen actually works better than a pure silver one.

I hope the above information helps, but for me it has always been the sea salt (plenty), D-mannose, xylitol to reduce the pain, but alkalization to reduce the kidney problems and some vitamin D2. For blood poisoning or bacteria in the blood, it has always been adding hydogen peroxide 1/2 tablespoon in 1/2 glass of water taken every two hours, but not over do it as it causes headache since bacteria in a blood is a serious one. D Mannose may also help the bacteria in the blood by preventing attachment.

If the condition were ever to improve, chlorella/spirulina and regular 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt in 1 liter of drinking water should always be added.

The addition of zinc gluconate 50 mg, once or twice a day taken for 5 days out of a week may be necessary to suppress the bacteria growth also.

Finally, heavy metals from antibiotics used, required in the distant future, chlorella/spirulina, as excess heavy metals suppresses the immune system and there is a chance of a reinfection. Other things include oatmeal and horsetail to increase bacterial resistance from silicon in these foods.

I hope this information helps, as there is little info from urethritis from doctor's diagnosis as to what those bacteria/fungus are.