Urinary passage inflammation
The urinary passages are the ureter, which delivers urine from the kidneys to the bladder, and the urethra, which connects the bladder to the exterior for voiding. These passages can become inflamed possibly due to overconsumption of irritating foods, a bowel microflora imbalance, or immune system weakness, leading to chronic or acute infections.
Treatment Plan for Urinary passage inflammation
An herbal program can consist of immune system stimulants, antibacterials or antiparasitics. When trichomonas is diagnosed, soothing demulcent herbs and anti-inflammatories may be used.