Bacterial Bladder Infection causing UTI (irritations, pain and inflammation) Urethritis, Hematuria (blood in urine) or urine dribbling- cat or dog - all other species
- Use in conjunction with homeopathic remedies.
- Bacterial bladder infection - UTI causing irritations, inflammation.
- For all species and ages
- Maintain Bladder, Urethral, Prostate Health.
Lower Urinary Tract Conditions
Lower urinary tract disease (LUTD) covers a range of disorders from mild to serious. The signs of LUTD are usually referred to as lower urinary tract signs or LUTS.
~ The most common signs of LUTD include:
~ Difficult or painful urination
~ Increased frequency of urination
~ Crying out while urinating
~ Blood in the urine
~ Inappropriate urination (that is, outside of the litter box)
~ Frequent licking of the genital region.
In cats, LUTS often have more than one cause and may be brought on by infections, inflammation, diet, and behavioral issues. See Cystitis Clear formula drops and use in conjunction with Infection Fighter 50ml (a herbal antibiotic) or Bladder Infection 50ml liquid (email or phone to order the Bladder Infection herbal antibiotic)
~ Acute Bladder urinary retention or blockages, bladder polyps, and previous surgery PU (perineal urethrostomy) damages.
Recommend the homeopathic BladderClear 50ml
~ Bladder Infection - UTI - Cystitis
Bladder infections are a form of urinary tract infection (UTI), but not all UTIs are bladder infections. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), bladder infections are the most common type of UTI. Doctors or Veterinarians may also call them cystitis. *See homeopathic Cystitis formula drops in conjunction with herbal Bladder Infection 50ml liquid
The symptoms of a canine bladder infection are easy to detect if you are familiar with your pet's urinating habits. However, in the early stages of the disease, your pet might not show any signs.
The most frequent symptoms include:
- frequent urination; your pet is urinating several times, but the urine amounts are small
- urination in the house; the dog needs to urinate more frequently than usual and if he is not able to get outside, he will urinate in the house
- dribbling urine
- straining to urinate; urination is painful for the dog
- bloody urine, when the infection is in a later stage
- cloudy urine; it's good to monitor the color of your dog's urine to be able to detect any irregularities
- lethargy; a dog with a bladder infection is weakened and he won't have the energy to engage in different regular activities
- depression; this state is caused by the pain
- stress; often a medical condition may cause stress in dogs
- loss of appetite; due to the pain and vomiting, the dog will not be interested in food and may even lose weight
- increased thirst
- liking of genitals; a dog will instinctively lick his genitals in an attempt to ease the pain caused by urination
Infections commonly found are Staphylococcus Bacteria, Proteus bacteria, E.Coli bacteria, Pseudomonas Aer Bacteria, Pseudomonas Mallei Bacteria, Septicemia. Associated bladder issues can present them self as paralysis of sphincter, paralysis & spasms of the neck of the bladder, stricture of the rectum, urination difficulty-paralysis, sciatica, spasmodic stricture with constipation with retention of urine, neuralgia, bladder infections.
~ Bladder Polyps
If treating Bladder Polyps, and if you get an Ultrasound down the track and even if it is showing that all polyps are gone, your vet may or may not see lining of the surface could be still a little thick,(which can cause some bleeding) then we suggest using the homeopathic Keloid - scar tissue formula drops. Plus add a teaspoon of "Wheat Germ Oil" (natural vitamin E) into the daily diet. *check the expiry date of the oil is still current.
~ A Cat with a "Urethral Obstruction" - Acute or Chronic symptoms
will often show the above signs but will pass little or no urine and will become increasingly distressed. Immediately use the homeopathic Bladder Clear 50ml drops. Common causes of LUTS in cats. Some of the most common causes of LUTS include idiopathic cystitis, a painful bladder condition; urolithiasis (also called urinary stones), in which solid material forms in the urinary tract; and urethral obstruction, a blockage of the urinary tract.
~ Idiopathic Cystitis
Feline idiopathic cystitis (FIC) is the most common diagnosis in cats with LUTS (idiopathic means “of unknown cause”). FIC is a catchall term used to describe cases of LUTS in which all diagnostics fail to confirm the cat has another disease. Cats suffering from FIC make frequent attempts to urinate, probably as a result of bladder discomfort, and often are found to have blood in their urine. Signs of lower urinary tract disease in cats with FIC often resolve within a couple of weeks regardless of treatment, so most veterinarians treat the condition in order to prevent the signs from recurring.
Urethritis is an inflammation of the urethra due to injury, infection
Chronic active granulomatous urethritis
Associated with cystitis (bladder infection/inflammation), vaginitis (vaginal infection/inflammation), prostatitis (prostate infection/inflammation)
Squamous cell carcinoma
Transitional cell carcinoma
Idiopathic (unknown cause)
For Urethritis treatment use the Bladder Clear formula, in conjunction with the herbal antibiotic called Bladder Infection 50ml liquid.
Causing Hematuria (Blood in Urine) * Hematuria is the presence of red blood cells in the urine. Bacterial infections of the urinary and genital tracts such as cystitis (bladder infection), vaginitis or prostatitis. Use the homeopathic Bleed Repair drops in conjunction with the herbal antibiotic Bladder Infection formula
~ Bladder Stones (to prevent surgery or if already had surgery)
Use the above two formulas as well as the Stones - e.g. Bladder stones, kidneys stones, gallbladder stones (calcium oxalate or phosphate stones) Set of natural formulas - prevent and treat.
Has your cat already been through a "urinary catheter" procedure?
This type of surgery is done to clear obstruction of the urinary tract. It does not prevent Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease. This means the cat is likely to continue to experience recurring bloody urine, straining etc. He just will not be able to block and complicate the situation. Cats with perineal urethrostomies are predisposed to bladder infections and infection-related bladder stones.
~ Surgical Reconstruction, PU (genitalia surgery to create a more female-like opening.
This surgery is called the Perineal Urethrostomy or “PU” for short. Basically, the penis is removed and a new urinary opening is made. Try the Bladder Clear 15 drops and the Internal Repair 50ml drops. Did you know that Scar tissue damage is also often seen with cats who have had this type of surgery, rendering urination release with difficulty. We highly recommended using in conjunction with the Keloid 50ml drops
There Different Types Of "Bladder Stones"
The two most common types are
1. Struvite Crystals (or stones)
2. Calcium Oxalate Crystals ( or stones).
It’s really important to find out what kind of bladder stone your dog has because treatments are entirely different. The easiest way to do this is to analyze a stone, so if your dog passes one, be sure to save it. It’s still possible to determine what kind of stone it is, even if you don’t have one, by having a urinalysis and a dog or cat urine culture done. A bladder infection caused by Staphylococci bacteria will almost always produce struvite type stones. Also, struvite stones in dogs form in alkaline urine, while calcium oxalate stones form in the acid urine.
To help maintain normal bladder health see "Calcium Oxalate Stones" or "Renal Calculi" type stones Stone formulas). Along with adding the Magnesium supplement to daily meals. We recommend the Magnesium Solution drops or Magnesium Glycinate powder). Excessive calcium builds up due to lack of magnesium or deficiency of magnesium (common) will produce calcium oxalate stones. It is a gap between the vertebrae, after the pelvic bone. It is a fatal defect, which is falsely believed to only be caused by the Manx gene. However, Manx syndrome is a condition that affects all breeds of cats. When the spine develops without a tail, it may shorten the spine too much, causing the gap that leads to severe spinal defects. The symptoms of Manx Syndrome include difficulty walking and excretion dysfunction.
Nervous system Issues, damages or "paralysis" issues due to bowel and nerve spine dysfunctions.
General Nerve drops
Bladder Clear formula drops.
Bone Structure 30ml drops
Magnesium Solution liquid added to meals daily.
Possibly Infection in Bladder use Bladder Infection 50ml liquid