The Patient experienced chronic cystitis with frequent urination and burning pain during urination. She is a successful business woman who travels a lot. Due to a hectic lifestyle and not being able to uphold a regular eating schedule, she feels exhausted and worn out. She had countless blood and urine tests and orthodox medical treatments, yet without any lasting results. Prescribed medications were like Flagyl and Cipro.
Patient experienced chronic urinary cystitis. Her digestive system also was severely compromised due to E-coli infection affecting her cystitis. She also suffered from high blood pressure with audible palpitations. Patient displayed copious brown vaginal discharge and right-sided sharp knee pain. She had a full hysterectomy in the past.
Management & Outcome
The treatment protocol entails Homeopathy & Natural Supplements
Type of Outcome*
Recovery in time
Time of therapy
From 6-12 months
First Initial Consultation – 10/03/2016
Cantharis 200, one tablet every 2-3 hours, total 3 tablets
Cantharis 30, one tablet, daily, total = 2 weeks
Natural Supplements (Systemic Formulas)
1 Gold (Goldenseal)
1 # 3 / Bactrex (anti-bacterial)
1 K ( Kidney)
1 Water Sedate (Chinese Herbal Product for the Water Element)
1 HCV (Cardiovascular Natural Herbal Product)
1 Wood Sedate (Chinese Herbal Product to Harmonize the Blood flow)
Cystitis attacks greatly reduced with less urgency of urination. Heart palpitations reduced.
Second Consultation – 01/07/2017
Morgan-Gaertner Bowel Nosode 30, one tablet, twice a day, total = 2 months
Thuja occidentalis 1 M, one tablet, daily, total = 3 days
Thuja occidentalis 200, one tablet, to be taken every third day, total = 9 tablets
Natural supplements repeated plus added natural supplement for E-Coli proliferation.
Blood and urine test showed no bacterial trace. Today, the patient is free of almost no Cystitis attacks. Only when she is very stressed, due to her hectic work schedule, does she feel an increase in urination, which seldom culminates in a full-blown cystitis attack.
The image is not the patient’s image, but portrays a very similar symptomatology.