- UTI Treatment - Urethra Perfusion Remedy
- UTI Treatment - Bladder Perfusion Remedy
- UTI Treatment - Prostate Injection Remedy (men)
- UTI Treatment - Urethra Perfusion Therapy
- UTI Treatment - Bladder Perfusion Therapy
- UTI Treatment - Sitz Bath with Herbs Therapy
- UTI Treatment - Oral Herbal Medicine Therapy
- UTI Treatment - Heat Acupuncture Therapy
- UTI Treatment - Acupoint Herbal Plaster Therapy
- UTI Cure - Urine Infection from Chlamydia
- UTI Cure - UTI Infection from Mycoplasma
- UTI Cure - Urinary Infection from Ureaplasma
- UTI Cure - Urine Infection from Trichomonas
- UTI Cure - UTI Infection from Yeast and Candida
- UTI Cure - Urinary Infection from E. Coli
- UTI Cure - Urine Infection from Staphylococcus
- UTI Cure - UTI Infection from Enterococcus
- UTI Cure - Urinary Pain, Discomfort, Itch
What is UTI Urinary Tract Infection
UTI, urinary tract infection, is a common infection in men and women. UTI can be caused by sexually transmitted diseases. The common treatment for UTI urinary tract infection is a prescription of antibiotics taken orally.
Resistant and Stubborn Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
Most cases of urinary tract infection can be completely treated and cured with one or two courses of antibiotics. However, some UTI cases are resistant to antibiotic treatments and lead to prostatitis, cystitis, epididymitis, etc.
Home Treatment for UTI Urinary Tract Infection
Our home treatment is specifically designed to treat urinary tract infection which is resistant and recurrent. The treatment is a better alternative treatment than oral antibiotics for urinary tract infection UTI.
Home Treatment: Urethra Perfusion Treatment
The home treatment is called Urethra Perfusion Treatment. Medicine solution consisting of antibiotics, anti-resistant enzyme and herbal medicine ingredients is perfused to the urethra and the bladder. The medicine attacks pathogens in the urethra and the bladder directly.
Home Treatment for Stubborn and Resistant UTI Urinary Tract infection
This direct antibiotic treatment is especially suitable for stubborn and resistant urinary tract infection due to the treatment's unique approach, ie local application.
Take Home Treatment As Early As Possible
The home treatment is best used as early as possible before the infection reaches the prostate and the bladder. Practically, one to two months are the suitable time frame to switch to the home treatment after one or two courses of oral antibiotic treatment.
Home Treatment for UTI Urinary Tract Infection in Men
Urinary tract infection in men can be treated with urethra perfusion treatment. Medicine is perfused into the urethra through the opening of the penis. Once medicine solution is perfused, the whole urethra cavity is sealed. The medicine fights with pathogens directly in the inner surface of the urethra. After a few hours, the medicine is released. The home treatment is extremely effective for stubborn and resistant urinary tract infection.
Home Treatment for UTI Urinary Tract Infection in Women
Urinary tract infection in women can also be treated with urethra perfusion treatment. Women are more vulnerable to urinary tract infection than men. Medicine solution is perfused into the urethra through a catheter. Women need to lay on a bed to perform the home treatment. At least one hour is needed for the home treatment of urinary tract infection daily.
UTI and Symptoms
The most common symptoms of UTI urinary tract infection are:
- frequent urge to urinate
- pain or burning on urination
- cloudy or milky urine
- Strong-smelling urine
- blood in urine
- reddish urine
- Pelvic pain, in women
- Rectal pain, in men
Types of urinary tract infection UTI
Each type of urinary tract infection UTI has different signs and symptoms depending on which part of your urinary tract is infected.
Urinary Infection in Kidney, Pyelonephritis
- back pain
- pelvic pressure
- lower abdomen discomfort
- frequent urination
- urgent urination
- painful urination
- reddish urine
- blood in urine
- burning sensation while urinating
- painful sensation while urinating
Alternative Treatment for UTI Urinary Tract Infection
After one to two courses of oral antibiotic treatments to treat urinary tract infection UTI from your local doctors, it is the right time to consider home treatment using urethra perfusion technique when oral antibiotic treatments fail to eliminate infections completely. It is critical to apply home treatment as soon as possible to prevent infections from getting into the prostate (prostatitis) and the bladder (cystitis).