Bladder and kidney diseases often occur out of the blue. They usually have a long history.
Bladder and kidney diseases often occur out of the blue. They usually have a long history. Contrary to what is often assumed, this is due to disorders of the digestive system.
As a result, the body's own bacteria can increasingly penetrate through the intestinal walls into the blood circulation through "persorption", which is then captured by the kidneys and flushed into the bladder. Indications of a disturbed digestive system include recurrent constipation or chronic diarrhoea, soft bowel movements or intolerances.
For successful treatment of bladder and kidney diseases, digestion must therefore be included in the diagnosis.
Pain, burning sensation when urinating, frequent or constant urge to urinate are among the symptoms of cystitis and kidney inflammation. In normal diagnostics, pathogens are searched for in the urine.
Depending on the result, there will be consultation on natural preparations and teas for bladder-kidney or prescriptions of antibiotics. Many patients know the cycle of ailments and its recommendations very well - especially also about the repeated intake of antibiotics.
Come to think of it, why do such treatments not have a lasting effect, even if antibiotics have previously been tested in the laboratory?
The Normamed causal medical care steps in with here with a more comprehensive lookout. Apparently it is not enough to look for and treat causes for ailments only right where they seem to be happening.
Interplay of infections, organ function and digestive disorders can lead to a concatenation of accumulating ailments. Thus causes can stay concealed and many physiological processes in the body remain unnoticed at first glance.
Why is the reference to the pre-course of digestion so important? In urine, tests almost always detect coliform bacteria and enterococci, which are typical intestinal germs. These endogenous bacteria are undesirable in the bladder and kidney area as well as on the genital mucous membranes.
In diagnostics and therapy, it is therefore crucial to understand the reasons for such incorrect colonisations, to avoid them at your end and to prevent new infections after treatment. This also includes own and partner-induced smear infections.
The involvement of partners in the examinations and treatments plays an important role. It is possible that one partner has no ailments - but constantly infects the other. Such “Hazards of sexual transmission” [hereinafter referred to as hazards of “ping pong”] should be taken into account with every treatment of chronic ailments and permanent inflammations in the urogenital area.
It happens time and again that antibiotics do not take effect any longer due to frequent and periodically recurring intake and also strain the body. This can be avoided by a coordinated intake program. Only way to avoid frequent intake of antibiotics is to learn about inter-relationships.
Chinese teas can support suitable treatment with antibiotics for inflammations of the bladder and kidneys or even replace them in some cases. Many acute and chronic ailments can be treated very well without antibiotics.
In many cases, however, fever and an advanced acute disease also require antibiotics.
A previous or integrated and comprehensive diagnosis saves one from medication, protects the body and helps achieve the desired goal successfully.