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The urinary tract infection is an infection that affects any part of the urinary tract i.e. in kidneys, bladder, ureters, and urethra. This is most commonly observed in women than in men. Some women can have repeated infections in a year. The symptoms of UTI include- burning feeling while peeing, frequent urges to pee; cloudy, dark and bloody or foul smelled pee; fatigue; feeling shaky; fever or chills, and pain in back and lower abdomen. The cause for UTI is the bacteria E-coli that during infection comes out from anus to urethra. This causes pain and other irritating symptoms that are onset for this condition.
‘Mutrakricchra’ is the term associated with UTI in ayurvedic texts. According to ayurveda, there are eight types of UTI’s that are caused due to vitiation of different doshas and dhatus. These types can be noted as- Vataja, Pittaja, Kaphaja, Sannipataja, Raktaja, Shukraja, Ashmari, and Sharkaraja. The vitiation of doshas and Agni leads to production of Ama which then combines with the vitiated doshas and produces symptoms of UTI.
Thus, the ayurvedic treatment for UTI focuses on elimination of Ama and balancing the vitiated doshas and dhatus. This is done by various ayurvedic procedures like Basti (enema), Swedana (sudation), and Lepa. Further, the treatment is also associated with intake of ayurvedic herbs like gokshura, punarnava, shilajatu, amalaki, kantakari, etc. that help in ease of pain and eliminate toxins. This line of treatment helps in reversing the symptoms of UTI in a holistic way.

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Types of UTI:

  1. Acute pyelonephritis: In this condition the infection occurs in the kidney. The symptoms seen in this case are back or side pain, high fever, shaking and chills, nausea and vomiting.
  2. Cystitis: In this condition the infection occurs in the bladder. The symptoms associated with this condition are pelvic pressure, lower abdomen pain, frequent urge for urination and blood in urine. The cause of cystitis is the E-coli bacteria that is found in the gastrointestinal tract. Moreover, sexual intercourse can also lead to bladder infection.
  3. Urethritis: In this condition the infection occurs in urethra. The symptoms associated with this condition are burning sensation while urinating and heavy discharge. This condition is when E-coli enters urethra from the gastrointestinal tract. It can also be caused due to infections like herpes, gonorrhea, chlamydia and mycoplasma that are transferred during sexual intercourse.

Non-recurrent UTI:

Herbal remedies are administered to treat the relevant doshas and minimize infection inside the urinary system in situations when UTI has developed for the first time. Medicines to balance Pitta are administered since this is a Pitta-imbalance condition. Panchakarma can also be used to remove ama from the body. Counseling is given to patients to help them maintain cleanliness and avoid illness.

Recurrent UTI:

When UTI has progressed to the point that it is recurring, therapy focuses on treating the underlying causes. Purification and balancing dominant doshas are achieved with Panchakarma, and revitalizing herbs are administered to improve the urinary tract.

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