Bladder stones removal without surgery can be achieved through homeopathy which is safe, fast, permanent, non-toxic & non-invasive!
Homeopathy shines in bladder stones removal without surgery. There is no other safer way to do it. A carefully selected remedy & dosage will dissolve & expel the stones from the body.
Too aggressive a dosing and you run the chance of a painful expulsion from the body with a possibility of the stone getting stuck & creating a surgical emergency.
The following remedies can be used for expelling stones from the various organs listed below.
A safe dose is 5-10 drops of Mother Tincture, mixed in water, once a day. Depending on the size of the stone, it will take 1-2 years to expel the stone.
These remedies only expel the stone, not remove the cause of formation. So the stone will form again.
To remove the cause, you will need Constitutional Homeoapthic Treatment. You should consult a good classical homeopath for that or if you want, you can consult us at email@example.com, and we can select the right remedy for you with our promise of No Cure – No Pay!
The below info is only for educational purposes, we strongly suggest that you consult a homeopath for using these remedies listed below as everyone is unique and even the safe dose mentioned above might cause problems for you.
- •Berberis vulgaris: Stone in kidney.
- •Hydrangea: Stone in left ureter.
- •Sarsaparilla: Stone in right ureter.
- •Pareira brava: Stone in bladder.
- •Chimaphila: Stone with urinary tract infection.
- •Solidago: retention of urine; also called as homoeopathic cathetar.
- •Oxalic acid: Oxalate stones.
- •Urtica urens: Uric acid stones.
- •Frageria: Prevents formation of calculi; used to prevent recurrence after expulsion or surgery.
Bladder stones, symptoms
- Lower abdominal pain
- In men, pain or discomfort in the penis
- Painful urination
- Frequent urination
- Difficulty urinating or interruption of urine flow
- Blood in your urine
- Cloudy or abnormally dark-colored urine
The most common conditions that cause bladder stones include:
•Prostate gland enlargement. An enlarged prostate, or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), can cause bladder stones in men. As the prostate enlarges, it can compress the urethra and interrupt urine flow, causing urine to remain in your bladder.
•Damaged nerves (neurogenic bladder). Normally, nerves carry messages from your brain to your bladder muscles, directing your bladder muscles to tighten or release. If these nerves are damaged — from a stroke, spinal cord injury or other health problem — your bladder may not empty completely.
•Other conditions that can cause bladder stones include:
•Inflammation. Bladder stones can develop if your bladder becomes inflamed. Urinary tract infections and radiation therapy to your pelvic area can both cause bladder inflammation.
•Medical devices. Occasionally, bladder catheters — slender tubes inserted through the urethra to help urine drain from your bladder — can cause bladder stones. So can objects that accidentally migrate to your bladder, such as a contraceptive device or stent. Mineral crystals, which later become stones, tend to form on the surface of these devices.
•Stones that form in your kidneys are not the same as bladder stones. They develop in different ways and often for different reasons. But small kidney stones occasionally travel down the ureters into your bladder and, if not expelled, can grow into bladder stones.
You can use homeopathy for bladder stones removal without surgery.