Bladder and Urinary Tract Infections

How to Treat an Inflammation of the Urinary Tract

Max. D Gray
By Max. D Gray. Updated: January 20, 2017
How to Treat an Inflammation of the Urinary Tract

Are you desperate to relieve urinary discomfort? When you experience inflammation of the urinary tract, you may suffer from a painful urinary tract infection. Therefore, it is important that you seek medical attention as soon as you notice the most minor of symptoms of urinary tract infection to stop it from deteriorating.

Both traditional medicine and home remedies can be helpful. For more information, we recommend reading the following oneHOWTO article on how to treat inflammation of the urinary tract.

You'll need:

  • Vegetables.
  • Vegetables.
  • Fresh fruits.
  • Water
  • Bath or shower.
  • Chamomile.
  • Honey
  • Cup.
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If you have an inflamed urinary tract, you will also suffer from a urinary tract infection because the bacteria in the urine will pass through this route. If you have any symptoms it's vital that you seek medical help to receive suitable treatment.

However, it might be useful to know how the medication works. In general, treatment for an inflamed urinary tract will:

  • Kill the bacteria that causes inflammation.
  • Relieve the symptoms and discomfort.
  • Stop the infection from staying in your body and damaging other organs.
How to Treat an Inflammation of the Urinary Tract - Step 1

The way you treat urinary tract inflammation always depends on the cause. However, medical treatment for this kind of infection can be generalized as follows:

  • If there are signs of infection caused by bacteria, the most common treatment is antibiotics.
  • There are women who experience inflammation repeatedly during specific episodes of their lives. In their cases, it's important to also prescribe preventive treatment to help the body fight infection more effectively.
  • If you have inflammation, it's important that you avoid sex until you are completely recovered.
How to Treat an Inflammation of the Urinary Tract - Step 2

In addition to medical treatment, there are some natural remedies to treat inflammation of the urinary tract that will help you eliminate cystitis and make you feel better.

One effective remedy is cranberry juice or the fruit itself. Cranberry is a potent anti-inflammatory and helps remove the bacteria coating the urinary tract. It is one of the most common and most recommended natural treatments for this inflammation and can be easily incorporated into your daily routine. Here you can learn more about using cranberries to treat UTIs.

Birch is also great for treating inflammation and should be taken in tea form three times a day. You'll quickly notice your symptoms disappear, as it encourages the elimination of toxins through the urinary tract.

Eating asparagus is also highly recommended to alleviate an inflammation of the urinary tract because of its purifying and diuretic properties. Read the following oneHOWTO article for more information on how to cure bladder infection using home remedies.

How to Treat an Inflammation of the Urinary Tract - Step 3

Now you know how to treat inflammation of the urinary tract using both traditional and home remedies. However, it's also important that you take proper preventive measures to help prevent this painful condition.

  • First of all, always use the toilet after having sexual intercourse to flush out any bacteria.
  • Also, drink from 1.5 litres to 2 litres of water daily to cleanse of the body and eliminate toxins.
  • Go to the bathroom whenever you need to and expel all of the urine in your bladder.
  • Maintain intimate hygiene and use a special vaginal soap that's perfume-free and has a neutral pH to avoid irritation.
How to Treat an Inflammation of the Urinary Tract - Step 4

This article is merely informative, oneHOWTO does not have the authority to prescribe any medical treatments or create a diagnosis. We invite you to visit your doctor if you have any type of condition or pain.

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  • If you are consistent with this treatment, you will be feeling your self in no time at all.
  • Visit to a specialist if you have a urinary tract inflammation.
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Ive experienced inflammatory urination accompanied by minor back shoulder pain. Besides Doctors attention in early stage, it has taken over a year without getting better. During medication I normally feel as better but one week after it returns back as before. Its now about 18months of treatment. What could be my problem. Initially the Dr treated STI and later UTI. Kindly advise
Helene choquette
I get UTI's frequently. I am under the care of a urologist. I am interested in all kinds of information on UTI's
I can not drink coke, Dr Pepper, etc - anything dark or I will feel like I have a uti and my kidneys will hurt. I stopped drinking dark sodas 20 years ago. Last week, I drank a Dr Pepper and I am in pain taking every natural and prescribed medicine I can - I thought I could get away with it after all these years but no.
Having pain in my stormach, too much urinating ?
OneHowTo Editor
Hi Flair
UTI’s can sometimes cause lower abdominal pain. The best way to avoid pain is to treat the infection directly.
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