Thursday, 3 January 2013

Flotrol...Bladder Infection Remedy Review!


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Flotrol...The Killer for Bladder Infections!

 Watch the full review below of this very powerful remedy to help relieve urinary infections and overactive bladders...

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What's happening inside the 'Bladder'?


Put Simply...when the bladder is only partly full the nerves react by telling the patient to relieve themselves, when someone is suffering from an 'Overactive' bladder or an urine 'Infection' the nerves have become damaged, probably by an infection, and keep firing about every 2hrs or so. This in turn can lead to embarrassment, frustration; sometimes wetting one's self...this is what Flotrol was developed to tackle.

A very powerful and advanced combination of soy and pumping seed oil, which has been in use from as far back as the 16 century, will help to improve and enhance relief from an infected or 'Overactive' bladder.

If you suffer from this irritating and embarrassing condition you need to get the help fast to calm it down and reverse its devastating effects.

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Thursday, 29 November 2012

Pygeum & Saw Palmetto Product Review

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Review Below of One of The Most Powerful Products to 'STOP' Prostate Emlargment...Dead!

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Pygeum and Saw Palmetto Review

Watch the above video above for your review or continul to read on...

Pygeum and Saw Palmetto are stand alone supplerments that have stood the test of time. Both have been used for 1000's of years to help steam and bring relieve for those suffering from 'Prostate' enlargment or BHP.
Prostate (BHP) is a condiction where over time, and as the years roll by, the prostate becomes enlarged and swages the uritha, the tube that the uring runs down to leave the body from the bladder, but as the prostate gets larger the more pressure it exherts on the uritha and the urine can't excape.

In time this leads to 'pain when urinating' and one can no longer empty the bladder becoming very irriatating and embarrassing for the suffer. But there is no need to worry about this condistion being canceruse, its not. It is howerver, not your fult, either should you have to put up with this very all consumming symtom.

You can put an end to this dreadful nightmare by ordering your supply of the most powerful combination of natural herbal remadies on this planet today... Pygeum and Saw Palmetto!

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If you are Not suffering from Prostate BHP but have a bladder infection then watch this 'Video Review for 'Flotrol' A very powerful natural herb it STOPS overactive bladders DEAD!


Some Recommended Reading...
http://childhoodacne.com
http://painwhenurinating.org
 


Friday, 13 July 2012

Infection In Urine In Men!

Are You Suffering From Yest Infection!

There are those who would complain about having any pain anywhere, but equally there is more that won’t. They don't or won’t even consider the possibility they may be experiencing the start of a urine infection. This is especially true, if the pain and/or other symptoms seam to wax and wave.

One such infection that both men and women should be aware of is...'Yeast Infection', read the article below by Sana S Khan on 'How' to deal with this irritating, but very common problem...

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Effective Home Remedies for Yeast Infection in Men

by Sana S Khan
It is true that yeast infection is common in women but it also affects men. Yeast infection in men shows painful symptoms that include itching, irritation, soreness of the head of penis and read spots on the head of penis. A burning sensation while urinating is another main symptom that indicates occurrence of yeast infection in men. There are different causes of this infection in males. This infection can be treated by a variety of ways such as by over-the-counter drugs or treatments, by prescription treatments and there are home remedies that can be use to get rid of this infection. Some of the best home remedies that you can use include the following.
Garlic
Garlic is a common and quite popular home remedy for yeast infection in men and women. You should consume a fresh clove of garlic on daily basis until you get rid of the symptoms of yeast infection. Garlic is available in the form of supplements that you can get from any medical store. If you don't wish to eat fresh garlic, you can take garlic supplement to ease down the symptoms of this infection.
Eat Yogurt
Yogurt is an effective home remedy for Candida infection. You should eat plain yogurt every day in breakfast until you get a relief from the symptoms. Yogurt contains human-friendly bacteria that help you boost the immunity. In addition to eating yogurt, you can use it while taking bath. Just add a small amount of yogurt in the bathing tub with water and take bath. In case of lactose intolerance, you can buy a natural source of Lactobacillus acidophilus in the form of liquids, capsules or tablets.
Cranberry Juice
Another effective home remedy that can be used to get rid of yeast infection in men is cranberry juice. You can drink pure or mixed cranberry juice every day until the symptoms of this infection go away. You can also take this juice in the form of supplements.
Herbs
Another effective way to treat yeast infection in men is herbs. There are many herbs such as black walnut, Pau-d' Arco, chamomile, licorice and goldenseal, these herbs can be used to get rid of this infection. You can either eat these herbs or you can apply them on the affected area. In order to apply herbs, you are required to make a paste of those herbs that you are using. It is wise to get recommendations from a knowledgable person about how to make a paste of herbs that you can apply on the affected area.
Honey
It is very effective for this painful infection. You can apply pure honey on the affected area for 15 to 20 minutes. After using honey for 20 minutes you can take bath with warm water. Don't use towel to dry your penis. You should use a super absorbent paper to dry your penis. You can repeat the same procedure twice a day for effective results.
If you have applied these home remedies and you haven't noticed any satisfactory results, you should not waste time and immediately consult your doctor. In most cases, these remedies provide immediate releif from the painful symptoms of this infection. However, if the infection is recurred and severe, these remedies may not show good results. In such a case, you will need medical treatment.
In conclusion, yeast infection in men is as painful and problematic as it is in women. If you are suffering from this infection, you should take very good care of your personal hygiene. You should avoid having sexual intercourse because this infection can be spread through sexual intercourse.

This infection can ruin the sexual and social life of the sufferer, so it is worth learning how to treat Yeast Infection in Men effectively and permanently.
Article Source: EzineArticles.com


Also watch the video below for more ways to combat 'Yeast Infection'. Diet is an important part of this process, but you must make sure that the products you use are low or 'SUGAR' free...



Hope you found the above article of interest and helpful. If you would like more information on other 'Urinary' problem, prostate, overactive bladder etc...please visit my 'Pain When Urinating' Blog.

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Friday, 4 May 2012

Infections & The Lose of Bladder Control

Why Do We Lose Control Of The Bladder
You want be amazed to learn that the bladder is the vital organ that holds urine. Nevertheless you may be surprised to know that a lot of people with bladder control troubles conceal their problem from most people, even from their physician.
There truly is no need to do this, because in almost all cases, loss of bladder control can be treated. And in most situations it might even be cured. The most important thing if you are having bladder control troubles is not to suffer in silence.
Unfortunately, it’s a regular problem that between 10 to 40% of women have, with over 9.5 million people reporting some bladder concerns every year. It's therefore essential to talk to your physician.
There are 4 different types of conditions that can lead to a loss of Bladder control
Now any loss of bladder control is known as urinary 'Incontinence'... let’s take a look at a couple of others:
• Stress...can lead to a lose urine even when you exercise, laugh, cough, sneeze, or lifting heavy objects.
• Overactive bladder/urge need...it’s the inability to hold any quantity of urine for very long, and typically having to go to the loo very 2hrs or so. Unfortunately, this can result in failure to reach the bathroom in time, experience an uncontrolled release of urine the closer you get to the toilet.
• Overflow... a problem where you may feel that your bladder is persistently full; you could even encounter some small amounts of urine leakage.
• Mixed...a condition there more than one type of bladder control condition is operating at the same time...one hiding the other.
What mechanism(s) are controlling this lose of bladder control
I’m very relieved to report that aging is not a trigger for developing bladder problems, but some kinds of illnesses could.
For example:
• Infections in the urinary tract or the vagina can make you lose bladder control.
• Some treatments can also cause bladder problems.
• You can even lose bladder control if you get constipated.
• Tumours in the brain, spinal cord, or bladder may well make you lose bladder control.
• Bladder muscles could possibly be weak or overactive.
• Nerves that manage influence control the bladder might become impaired.
What other symptoms could cause a loss of bladder control
Bladder concerns can slowly develop over time leading to embarrassment before a person decides to ask for help. It can lead to other concerns, like:
• Rashes, skin infections, and sores
• Urinary tract infections
• Sleeping problems
• Less social and sexual practice
• Loss of self-esteem
• Clinical depression
What will my doctor or nurse do if I believe that I’m suffering from any of the above conditions
Your nurse or Doctor may ask you:
• About your health background and your relations history too
• They may carry out an external exam
• Your doctor or nurse may order some tests. These might be urine or blood tests. Another test checks how well you can drain your bladder.
• You may be required to keep a daily journal and write down the times and dates when you urinate and when you leaked urine.
What treatments can I expect
Your therapy will hinge on what kind of bladder difficulty you have. It also hinges on your individual grounds; following are some procedures you could have:
• Bladder control retraining
• Exercises that make the pelvic floor stronger (Kegel) exercises
• Drugs
• Surgery
• Devices such as a patch, plug, or implants
• Special underpants that can hold a lot of urine
If you or somebody you know is undergoing a problem with their bladder or any other urinary issues, then please check out our... 'Diagnose' page!

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Friday, 23 March 2012

Do You Suffer From Cystitis!

What is 'Cystitis'
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The bladder is a biological storage container for urine and is located in the abdomen. The urine is passed out by means of the urethra.
6.5 million Women suffer from cystitis each year compared to men. This is because a women’s urethra is shorter and the urethra is located between the vagina and anus. This allows for easier transportation of the bacteria to the bladder.    
Cystitis infection is caused through bacteria entering the bladder and multiplying rapidly leading to infection of the mucous membrane.
Some women are very venerable to contracting cystitis, becoming more evident after making love, or during pregnancy, when the chances of contracting cystitis are larger.
Symptoms of cystitis and urine infection
You frequently experience the feeling of burning or pain when going to the bathroom. You tend to go to the toilet more often than normal.  Sometimes you may suffer from an oppressive or painful feeling in the abdomen. The urine can smell unpleasant at times, and instead of being clear it as the appearance of looking somewhat cloudy. At times there even may be a showing of blood in the urine.
Normally cystitis isn’t accompanied by a fever; at the most you may experience a slight increase in body temperature less than 38 degrees Celsius. At times you may experience very little in the way of symptoms and you may not realize that you have cystitis at all.
However, if you do feel sick and generally unwell, with a high temperature, then you may be suffering an infection of the kidney.
How does cystitis arise
A cystitis bacterium is generally the culprit of urine infections. It’s a bacterium that lives in the bowels and can be transported to the bladder by means of the urethra.  
In particular, because there is always a smattering of urine left behind after going to the toilet, due to the inability to empty the bladder fully, the remaining bacterium has the opportunity to multiply in the left over urine.
Sometimes however, it can be a sexually transmissible bacterium, such as the Chlamydia bacterium, which causes the infection.
Cystitis also occurs in women after making love, if you are acceptable to this issue then it’s a good idea to get into the habit of going to the bathroom after making love, this will help to flush out the excess bacterium and prevent further problems.
Cystitis can be caused through the use of chemicals, such as using too much soap and shampoo during washing.
Is it seriously and what can be done
An uncomplicated cystitis is not a treating or dangerous condition to your health and wellbeing, it’s embarrassing, irritating, painful, and uncomfortable to put up with, but also very easy to treat. Your general practitioner will be able to determined the cause and then prescribe a curse of antibiotics to help cure your problems.
In some cases a curse of antibiotics may not help and you will need to take a further curse to help eradicate your symptoms.
In spite of the treatment, however, cystitis can have return bouts. In these cases you will be subscribe repeated antibiotics, but your practitioner will carry out tests to find the underlying cause and treatments necessary to help prevent your cystitis from worsening.
Kidney base infections
This is more serious than ordinary cystitis. You may frequently feel very sicker with aggressive pain in or both sides of the back, extending under the ribs, (high) fever, creeps and shivers.
Pregnancy
During pregnancy woman are very open to contracting cystitis, but it can be easily treated with antibiotics, and is not life-threatening for the child. During pregnancy good treatment is important, because any infection as the potential of effecting the kidneys, which would be a threat to the unborn child.
When to go to your general practitioner
If you have very little symptoms you can afford to wait until the body as had the opportunity to deal with the bacterium. You should drink lots of water to help flush your system out.  

If however, you are suffering from several symptoms over time, or if you are pregnant, then go see your general practitioner.
The general practitioner will examine your urine for bacteria by means of urine test. You will need to supply a sample of your urine, which you usually collect first thing on waking up.
You then must take your sample to your general practitioner within 2hurs. And only up to a maximum of 24 hours if kept in a refrigerator.
If your general practitioner diagnoses cystitis he will prescribe an antibiotic course for you to take. It’s very important to finish this course, because if you don’t then the cystitis can return or become resistance to further treatments.
If you do get repeated urine infections, then your general practitioner will order a deeper more detailed examination of the bacteria, which will be grown in an acuter jar and tested to determine, which bacterium is responsible of your infection. A more targeted antibiotic course will then be given.
What can do you yourself
It’s very important to drink lots of water, about two drink litres per day. This will help to rinse out the bacteria from the bladder. You need to try to get the bladder to empty and before these too much new Bactria growth.
According to research, wiping between your vagina and your anus after being to the toilet, or taking vitamin pills, shows no effect upon slowing down the growth of, or curing cystitis.
To recap, by drinking lots of water (at least two litres) daily, you have a better chance of preventing cystitis. This has been shown to prevent the build up of the bacteria that courses cystitis, because you are removing the bacteria from the bladder before it as the opportunity to multiply.
Also remember to go to the loo after making love; this again will help to flush out the bacteria. And if you do suffer from cystitis then wear a condom as this will help to prevent passing on the bacteria to your partner.

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Sunday, 18 March 2012

What Urinary Symptoms Are You Suffering!


What are you suffering from

Don't Suffer!

If you or someone you know suffers from any form of urinary problem, then it’s important to find out just ‘What’ it is you are suffering from.
Unfortunately, many urinary tract symptoms are very vague sharing many of the same signs. However, there are tell-tale signs and strategies that you can use to help eliminate reaching the wrong diagnosis.
Urinary tract problems can occur in men for a variety of reasons, regardless of age. However, older men aged 40 years and above, are more prone to suffer from poor bladder control, prostate cancer or BHP. Infections on the other hand can strike anyone of any age, but tends to hit woman and older men.
To check for your symptoms, please visit Pain When Urinating to determine the most probable courses of your symptoms, and then find out what you can do to relieve your problem!
An example of what you will find at my website:
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Do you suffer from any of the following...
·         A weak urine flow
·         Or you wake up two or three times during the night just to urinate
·         Unable to empty your bladder (urinary retention)
·         Do you feel some discomfort or dull pain
·         Blood in your urine
·         Do you find it difficult to have sex
·         Unable to get an erection
·         Or masturbate

Then you are probably suffering from BHP...‘Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia’ or enlarged prostate!

If you believe that the above description fits your symptoms, then click on the following link for more information and want you can do to help alleviate your condition!


When a man makes their 50’s, 75% will start to develop some form of urinary problem, a inflamed prostate... BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia), but unfortunately, 33% will go on to produce prostate cancer.
This is in fact all too common, because in man this process starts as they reach puberty, when the prostate begins to grow to meet the demands of reproduction. However, this growth may continue way into their latter days leading to their experience of urinary problems of some description.
It’s important however, to point out that many continual forward to a problem free life.
Painful urination is now recognized as one of the 10 most commonly encountered chronic problems in the world today, with 1 in 6 adults reporting a number of problems such as an overactive bladder...with over 8 Million people suffering right ‘now’.
Doctors and scientists are split by what causes BHP or prostate cancer and there are no known cures, but there are some very well know natural products that can help relieve the conditions you have.
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Friday, 16 March 2012

Living With 'Urinary Problems'!





Living with any 'Urinary Problems' is embarrassing, irritating, and unnecessary.

Urinary Problems come in many differant disguises, some more easier to diagnose than other's. Today I want to consentrate on a problem that's vey close to my heart...Larger Prostate gland BPH  or (benign prostatic hyperplasia)

This particular problems was the vain of my life and I know only too well what's it's like to suffer its effects. I will of course that a look at the other Urinary Problems  men suffer with in other posts.

Lets begain...

As adult males begain to reach their 50’s, 75% of them will start to develop a inflamed prostate gland BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia) of which, 33% will then go on to form prostate cancer. You may indeed find these facts hard to believe, but they are very common, and starts when a young boy reaches puberty. When the prostate starts to increase in size, for some this process will go on to be a hassle in their later life.

Fortunately, many will go on to live a problem free life.

Pain when urinating is ranked as one of the 10 most typical chronic illnesses nowadays, with 1 in 6 individuals reporting several problems of an overactive bladder...with over 8 Million people suffering right ‘now’.
Doctors and scientists are at loggerheads over what exactly causes BHP or prostate cancer in men, but the larger body of evidence leans towards the direction of 6 principal factors that might result in an enlargement of the prostate.

They may be:

1) Hormonal imbalance...from the age of around 30, men levels of less testosterone start to full. As a result they begain to produce more estrogen than testosterone. But, and this is the kicker, a percentage of the remaining testosterone gets converted to DHT, now, DHT is a bad testosterone for men, it causes men to lose their hair. It’s this DHT that causes the prostate to become enflamed.
2) Cancer
3) Zink deficiency
4) Chabion toxicity
5) Calcification
6) Infections

About the size of a walnut, the prostate gland is located beneath the bladder and surrounds the upper part of the urethra. Its location largely helps to explain why this BHP affects the bladder and generates urinary problems, such as:

a) Dripping
b) A weak urine stream
c) Frequent urination, which may include going throughout the night
d) Urine retention
e) And pain when urinating

As the prostate gland starts to grow bigger it begins to tighten around the urethra tube (the tube that carries your urine from the bladder out of your body) and this is where the problem starts to case issue's for the sufferer. Under normal events the urine runs freely from the bladder to the tip of the willy where it gets expelled out of your system.

But, due to the urethra being squeezed either the bladder isn’t being empted fully or the sufferer is not able to get the flow going, which may induce pain when urinating.

These issues may come and go, because the volume of the prostate can increase or lessen as time goes on. But in most instances, BPH doesn’t show any signs or conditions, until the problem becomes serious.

Many men complain that they don’t feel that their bladders have been totally emptied after visiting the bathroom. A superb urine flow and the capability to empty the bladder is crucial in order to keep the bladder in good condition.

Because when empting the bladder you expel the bacteria in your urine, but a weakened urine flow leaves some urine and its bacteria to build up inducing an infection in the bladder or the urinary tract.

Even bladder stones can form as a result of salts in the urine crystallizing, creating the short-term inability to urinate or experiencing pain when urinating.

These suffering from pain when urinating or BHP are always on the lookout for a successful remedy. But unfortunatly, there isn't any known cure for BPH... it's something we all have to live with. The regrettable reality is that most of the remedies currently available through your doctor don't always help with these conditions, they aren’t always beneficial.

If this condition goes unattended it might lead to the stage where the upper urinary tract gets to be completely closed.

There are other urinary problems that are not linked to BHP, which include:

An overactive bladder
Weak bladder
Urethra infection
Diabetes
Damaged kidney
Urinary Tract Infection

Through your research you can't but, notice that the information available on this subject is some what vague and that most of the same conditions fit other complaints...ending up very baffled over the results. All one ready want's to know is...”what’s wrong with me”? Most are desperately hoping that their problems don’t imply they have the big ‘C’.

So how dose one break through all of this muddle and obtain all the help one needs? If this happens to be your issue I can help, because similar to you I struggled over the years with a urinary problem that totally took over my existence...the constant need to urinate.

You're not alone; we are able to overcome and bet your problem...you don’t need to suffer this condition
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