Home Remedies for Dysuria
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Dysuria is painful urination. It is a condition wherein you experience discomfort, burning sensation, and pain while passing urine. The pain occurs in urethra and perineum (area around the genitals).
Dysuria isn’t a disease. It is a symptom of diseases. It prevails in both the sexes but, women experience dysuria more as compared to men.
The causes of dysuria in women are urinary tract infections due to the attack of bacteria. Prostate and urethritis are the common causes of dysuria in men. Other causes include Chlamydia, kidney stones, kidney infection, bladed infection, sexually transmitted diseases, genital herpes, vaginal yeast infection and other vaginal infections, prostate inflammation, dehydration and poor hygiene.
It can occur at any age between 18 to 50.
There are many easy and effective home remedies that help in dysuria. They soothe the pain and burning that occur in dysuria.
The home remedies for dysuria are:
1. Increase Your Water Intake
The best and the easiest way to deal with dysuria is to increase the water intake. Water helps in flushing the bacteria that leads to infection and the toxins. It also helps in preventing dehydration.
Drink ample of water. You must make it a point to drink 8 to 10 glasses of water every day. You can also take water- based fruits as well as vegetables. Increase your intake of smoothies, broths and juices. All these things will help you to stay hydrated and hence, help in treating the infection.
2. Baking Soda
Baking soda is alkaline in nature and so, it helps in moderating the acidity of urine. This, in turn, helps in bringing down the burning sensation during urination and maintains the pH level of the body. Also, it helps in bringing down the urge to urinate frequently.
Take a teaspoon of baking soda and add it to a glass of water. Mix it well until the soda dissolves completely in the water. Drink this water on an empty stomach for about a week.
Carrots are also helpful in treating dysuria. It helps in bringing down the pain as well as burning sensation.
You must drink carrot juice one time in a day to treat dysuria. The best time to drink carrot juice is in the mornings.
4. Coriander Seeds
Coriander seeds are a great remedy for dysuria. Coriander seeds have antibacterial properties that keep the infection at bay. It helps in cleaning the toxins from the excretory system and controls the heat of the body.
Take a cup of water and add two teaspoons of coriander seeds. Boil for a few minutes and let it cool. Strain the water and drink it two times a day.
Ginger has antiviral and antibacterial properties. It helps in treating the infection and hence, dealing with dysuria.
Take a tablespoon of ginger paste and mix it with a tablespoon of raw honey. Consume the paste one time a day.
Alternatively, you can take one to 2 cups of ginger tea regularly to combat dysuria.
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