Urethral Syndrome

Posted by Jola (McEwen, Tennessee) on 02/09/2008

Hi Group! I dont have a remedy yet. I have done searches on this particular ailment, Urethral Syndrome, and I am only coming back with UTI info and I dont know if this would help me.PLEASE, I am looking for members that may have the condition that I have and know what remedy will relieve it. Doctors say I have a bacteria in my urethra, but after 1 1/2 years I still have this and they have tried everything they have to offer for it with no relief in sight. Please, if you have this condition, tell me what to take or do. Sincerely, Jola

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

Dear Jola:

Years ago, I have found an easy way to cause urinary tract infection, kidney disease, and urethritis just by following some of the worse advice from doctors, which was to drink plenty of water. I never in my entire life have had urinary tract infection, but a doctor told me that I should drink plenty of water as a preventive! That started me on a long course of some of the worse urinary pain in my life and it took me over a month to find what was causing the problem. (How stupid of me!)

It was NOT drinking plenty of water that causes this sickness, it was that whenever I drink a lot of water, the body loses valuable salts that is necessary to KILL the bacteria. The single most important antibiotics along the urinary tract has got to be the sea salt. Drinking plenty of water (which reduces valuable salts) was also an easy way to get HAYFEVER, sneezing, stuffy and runny noses, too. Which is another bad advice I follow from doctors, which was to drink plenty of fluids whenever one has a cold and that prevented me from answering emails for the past couple of days. Again, I took the sea salt and it went away in minutes.

Therefore, to reduce the pain and discourage the bacteria growth, I would leave out, initially of ACV and honey. The honey, if it is diluted promotes bacteria growth and ACV in some cases of people, not all, causes urinary pH to be acidic.

The sea salt remedy for urinary infection where the pain is a problem the best dose I can find and this is a rather low dose is 1 teaspoon of sea salt in 1/2 glass of water. Stir until ALL the sea salt is dissolved, and drink them entirely. The pain at least for me and a lot of people I tried here should be reduced within one single dose and the pain should be reduced within an hour. A second dose may be tried perhaps a couple of days later, but I believe the salts that is needed should be sufficiently to carry through its job for the next couple of days.

The second remedy, I might try, later in the day, perhaps 6 hours later is to help the kidney problem, which is a newer alkalizing remedy such as 1/4 teaspoon of sodium carbonate (found in Arm & Hammer's Washin Soda), whereupon I might take twice or three times a day, depending on the condition. But a simple remedy is used here because, CO2 pressure in the kidneys is relatively high and baking soda is relatively ineffective as a reaction with baking soda and acidic urine will result in trace CO2 gases which will have tiny pockets of acid, hence if I used a Sodium carbonate, in presence of acid, and CO2, the sodium carbonate reacts with the body's CO2 to form sodium bicarbonate, which is baking soda. A baking soda will further neutralize the carbonic acid to form HCO, then H2CO before becoming H2O and CO2 in the urine. The sodium carbonate therefore makes better buffer, so I would a least try the sodium carbonate to alkalize my urine and kidneys, before I try the sodium carbonate/baking soda mix, or just baking soda in milder conditions. A sodium carbonate/baking soda mix is commonly called in research circle as Carbicarb, to use in resuscitation and CPR work although I found this valuable to removing foamy urine and acidosis which causes kidney problem.

A couple of things that seem to cause kidney problems which is excess acidity, lack of electrolytes (salt) or an imbalance of electrolytes (too much chlorides, fluorides, sulfites, which leads to higher blood pressure).

As to the use of urethra pain for external application and drinks to further kill what the doctors suspect to be a chlamydia, based on the antibiotics given. A d-mannose and xylitol taken, such as 1/2 teaspoon of d- mannose and/or 1/2 teaspoon of xylitol with 1/9 teaspoon of sea salt in 1/2 glass of water taken twice or three times a day might help. Both the xylitol and the d-mannose will prevent attachment of bacteria to the cell lining.

As to the blood infection, I worry a lot about this septicemia, although the 1 teaspoon of sea salt in 1/2 glass of water is helpful for kidney and bladder problems, sometimes the 1 teaspoon of sea salt may not be enought for bacteria in the blood. Hence, if there is still bacteria in the blood as evidenced by low blood pressure and low grade fever, then 1/2 teaspoon of 3% H2O2 food grade in 1/2 glass of water will help further, plus if possible the addition of 1 tablespoon of colloidal silver.

As to external application as a substitute for vaginal cream, the usually in the long run, at least in nature, a valuable antiseptic (such as the ocean's water) is simply salinity and alkalization. This is why the ocean's water are so sterile, salinity is high and its pH is between 7.5-9, with averages 8. To make a stronger solution, 1 glass of water, I add 2 tablespoon of sea salt, and 1 tablespoon of washing soda, and 1 tablespoon of 3% H2O2 (optional), and apply this frequently in intervals of every 15-30 minutes, externally for example.

Finally a zinc gluconate 50 mg, taken once a day for 4 or 5 days should raise the zinc levels to kill some bacterial infections in the bloood.

Assuming some relief on the second week or the third week, then the usual remedies applied, such as 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda taken twice a day. But drinking water, such as adding 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt in one liter of drinking water should be a good prevention from urinary tract problems.

This is just the basic remedy, at least to reduce most of the pain that has been successful with me so many times. While not complete, admittedly, I will still need further question from you, concerning other problems once it is applied, to find out other clues.

Replied by Mindi
Sd, Ca
06/30/2018

I have struggled with urethra syndrome off and in for years, for me, the main cause is prescription drugs and over the counter. These drugs make your urine super acidic. Try to pay attention when u flare up if you have taken medications. I'm experiencing the worst flare up ever and I just started a new antidepressant and my urethra is on fire. Not taking it anymore .even if I take a lot of Advil I will flare up .very frustrating that no Dr mention this anywhere. Only the naturopaths I go to are aware of this.


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