Urinary tract infections cause burning and pressure - Natrual BladderWell Can Help
Posted Jan 12 2010 12:00am
Homeopathic remedy relieves urinary tract infection symptoms — burning sensation, frequent urination and pressure - Bladder Well May Help
Natural relief when you “have to go”…
The bladder is responsible for many functions in the body, and nothing is more uncomfortable than a bladder or urinary tract irritation! While some people have a very healthy bladder, others are plagued by bladder problems from time to time - especially in the case of women.
When the bladder and urinary tract become irritated, a burning sensation while urinating is experienced, along with lower back pain and discomfort; as well as frequent trips to the bathroom and the inability to urinate, or slow flow. Women also experience sensitive bladders while they are pregnant, but often are unsure of which treatment to use due to their body’s vulnerable state.
The natural way
There are many ways to naturally support urinary system health. Drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day can promote urine flow and urine flushes bacteria from the urinary tract. Washing both female and male genitals, both before and after sexual intercourse, are good hygiene practices.
Women should also empty their bladders completely after sex, so that the urine can flush out any bacteria that may have entered the urethra during intercourse. For women, wearing cotton panties allows adequate aeration, which helps to avoid the development of bacteria.
What is BladderWell?
BladderWell is a safe, non-addictive, FDA–registered natural remedy, containing 100% homeopathic ingredients selected to relieve the burning sensations, frequent urination and pressure associated with bladder infection and UTIs.
It may be taken for fast and effective relief at the first sign of a urinary tract infection, including burning while urinating, or the urge to urinate frequently at times when hardly any urine is passed. BladderWell can also be very helpful in diminishing lower back and abdominal pain associated with an infection or irritable bladder.