Urinary tract infection home remedies for dogs

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Avatar n tn Is there any home remedy for a dog with urinary tract infection, the dog seems to be having accidents and never has done this before.
Avatar m tn This is a very common problem encountered in dogs and cats. The most likely diagnosis is a bladder stone. Rarely are urinary tract infections so severe that the owner can detect blood. It could be a UTI but either way your vet will need to see her. Expect a urine test and radiographs be recommended. Both of these conditions are quite painful so please seek veterinary attention immediately.
Avatar n tn Yep. Urinary tract infection, kidney stones or bladder stones. Definitely need to get your pup to a vet. These are all very painful conditions that require medical care. There is nothing you can do at home to help it.
Avatar f tn I am suffering from Urinary Tract infection i do stay in india could ple suggest me some home remedies for that
Avatar n tn You might call your veterinarian and ask about safe and approved arthritis medications for dogs. A good exam should also be done, along with blood work and a urinalysis to help determine what is ailing her. When was her last physical? Frequent urination can be a sign of anything from metabolic type of diseases to urinary tract infections to bladder stones. Although many of these symptoms are common for older pets, they are also signs that something is wrong and needs to be addressed.
Avatar m tn However, protein can show up in the urine if there is a urinary tract infection. If there is a urinary tract infection, that should be treated with antibiotics, obviously.
Avatar n tn I did a urine test at my doctors office because I thought I had a yeast infection or urinary tract infection, but when it came back it was negative. I have applied vagisil, monistat and even vaseline, but nothing is helping. Does anyone know if synthroid causes vaginal irritation? Please Help!
Avatar f tn Please check first to see if she has a urinary tract infection, which are very common in cats who have recently changed residences or are under any stress. If she does not have a urinary tract infection and the problem is behavioral, than it is important to get her to feel comfortable. Try the feline pheromone "Feliway", which is a plug-in air freshener that gives cats' a feeling of well-being.
667829 tn?1297978123 I would personally would talk to a doctor or someone right away. People with "diabetes" are more susceptible to urinary tract infections and pregnant women are more likely to have the infection spead to their kidneys. There are antibiotics that you cannot take while pregnant but it is still best to get the opinion of a doctor.
Avatar f tn Yes, it sounds like she could have an urinary tract infection. Antibiotics from the vet will be needed. Hope she gets better soon.
18533109 tn?1465640552 Stones (calculi) are hard particle that form in the urinary tract and may cause pain, bleeding, or an infection or block of the flow of urine. can Urinary tract infection affected to the kidneys and may enlarge in a ureter or the bladder. so can , UTI causes of kidney stone??
Avatar n tn Ive had a urinary tract infection for going on 6 weeks now. Ive been treated over and over and nothing seems to be getting rid of it. I dont have a regular dr so I am relying on trips to the er to help me. I am now so sick with the infection that I am throwing up and am in so much pain. I have a very serious history of kidney stones as well which doesnt help much either. I just had my last stone removed about 3 weeks ago.
Avatar f tn If she has blood in her urine, she has a medical problem that MUST be treated. It's likely a urinary tract infection that can be easily and cheaply treated with antibiotics. If you truly cannot afford medical care for this pup, then you shouldn't have adopted her. Adopting a pet is no different from adopting a child - you are responsible for every aspect of the animal's well-being. As for the peeing when you scold, that tells me your dog has a scared, insecure personality.
Avatar m tn s a little bit expensive though. It also comes with a urine test for UTI for you to do at home.
Avatar f tn Since I'm uninsured, will someone please offer some advice on home remedies for BV? Thank you.
Avatar n tn t mention any other symptoms, but one way you can get a kidney infection is from having a urinary tract infection. Constant and strong urge to urinate with little to no urine passing and when it does, it burns. Please go seek medical attention as soon as possible. You are past the stage of effective home remedies.
Avatar n tn Depends on the cause of this bubbly urine - out of control diabetes, dehydration, recent kidney issues, or urinary tract infection. Also, there's a difference between bubbly and foamy. Since you haven't given us much to go by, I suggest you go see your doctor or go to your local hospital for an evaluation.
Avatar f tn I’m 20 years old. I have a urinary tract infection(coliform). A doctor prescribed Amoxicillin 625mg + Tamsulosin medicine for 10 days to me. I have a side effect after taking Tamsulosin (Retrograde ejaculation) or any other ejaculation problem. Is this normal or should I stop using Tamsulosin? Or will it (Retrograde ejaculation ) recover after stop using ten days? Should I keep getting Tamsulosin for 10 days or stop?
Avatar f tn Has anyone got a urinary tract infection during pregnancy? Was it uncomfortable and a little painful at times? once treated did the uncomfortablness go away? I think I have one I have a drs appt in 4 days is it safe to wait until then?
4251679 tn?1370305531 UTIs are exactly what their name describes. and infection in your urinary tract. its not in your vagina, however, ive always been told not to have sex while you have one because sex could be the cause of it. and its best to make sure its all better before introducing even more bacteria. Ive never heard of it being contagious, and dont think that it is, but ask your doctor. and ive also never had a cream to use, so im not sure what thats for.
211940 tn?1267881266 Socrates, your aging and (no doubt enlarging) prostate combined with a MS bladder that is difficult to empty completely makes you VERY susceptible to urinary tract infection and I am afraid this one you have has been hanging around for quite some time. It sounds like you have been able to keep it semi-controlled but I doubt it was ever truly gone. The symptoms may have come and gone but my guess is that it continued to brew in your bladder and has finally exploded into full rage.