Last Modified on Jun 23, 2015
Many of us have bladder issues. These include overactive bladder, bladder control problems, bladder pain, and changes in urine quality. These health issues can be disconcerting, inconvenient, and even embarrassing. Fortunately, there are natural remedies you can use at home to restore your bladder health to give yourself better health and peace of mind.
As we age, bladder control issues can arise naturally or as a result of illness or other health conditions. Women in particular are at risk of bladder issues including incontinence, given the greater complexity of their urogenital organs--due to the demands of gestation and childbirth. However, bladder issues are not inevitable and can be reversed. Exercises and changes in diet, as well as dietary supplements, can help restore your bladder health.
Natural Cures: Cranberries have always been said to benefit bladder health, and Israeli researchers have confirmed that components of cranberry juice help to flush infectious agents from the bladder. Horsetail, saw palmetto, and cornsilk also are used for bladder issues.
[YEA] I was awaked from feeling the urge to pee this morning. And later when I went again, I felt the burning sensation and a bit of blood in my urine. I immediately mixed 2 tbsp of organic Apple cider vinegar and 4 oz of water to drink. I also tried dabbing ACV to where I pee for 20 minutes, and the burning sensation subsided when I went again, which was about 30 minutes later, but I saw more blood in my urine. I was worried for a while and thinking if I should go see a doctor instead. But, I continued drinking ACV every hour. Then, by noon I felt normal again. I don't feel the urge to go, no more burning sensation, and no blood in the urine.
I'll continue to drink ACV, 2 tbsp 8 oz of water (I cut down the ACV as I feel better already), for the next couple of days to make sure the infection is completely gone.
Thanks to the Earth Clinic and all the people posting their experiences with the ACV remedy. I'm now pain free. I cannot thank you enough.
"Hematuria: Blood in the urine. Hematuria may or may not be accompanied by pain, but it is always abnormal and should be further investigated. Painful hematuria can be caused by a number of disorders, including infections and stones in the urinary tract. Painless hematuria can also be due to many causes, including cancer."
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12/01/2012Posted by Milly (Wales, Uk) on 11/17/2009
[YEA] Urinary Problems: Started taking apple cider vinegar after reading of all the health benefits. I really like it with tomato juice. After about a week I noticed that I sleep through the night without needing to get up to visit the bathroom. I am very happy about this and feel far more energetic during the day. Thank you earth clinic!Posted by Joeelli (Dublin) on 10/08/2013
hello people, just before orgasm during sexual intercourse I feel as if I have to urinate although having had emptied the bladder before. For your information - I am a male. Besides, to me the feeling of the orgasm is way less intense as before. Furthermore, I have the impression that my urinating pressure is less intense than before and the urine- stream is doubled sometimes. I do not feel any pain. 4 months ago I had pain/burn while urinating. I was prescribed antibiotics and pain got away. Any help appreciated.Replied by Ed2010