Urinary Tract Infection (Mutrakriccha)


Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a disease in any piece of your urinary framework — in kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Most contaminations include the lower urinary lot — the bladder and the urethra.

The difficult voiding of urine is known as Mutrakrichha. In this sickness patient has encourage to micturate, however he passes urine with torment. Mutrakrucha is identical to UTI where dysuria, consuming micturition and increment recurrence of micturition.

It is a Vata Predominant Tridoshaj illness including Mutravaha Srotas with dushti of Mutra and Ambu.

Samprapti of Mutrakriccha

Vitiated Tridoshas

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Reduces digestive capacity & produce Ama

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Ama mixed with doshas forming Sama dosha

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These Sama dosha produces symptoms such as peet mutra, burning micturation, and Basti and mutrendriya gurutwa (Inflammation of bladder

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Shweta, snigdha, pichila mutra

Causes and risk factors of UTI

Anything that lessens your bladder purging or disturbs the urinary plot can prompt UTIs. There are likewise numerous variables that can put you at an expanded danger of a getting a UTI. These elements include:

  • Age — more seasoned grown-ups are bound to get UTIs
  • Diminished versatility after medical procedure or delayed bed rest
  • Kidney stones
  • A past UTI
  • Urinary parcel deterrents or blockages, like an augmented prostate, kidney stones, and certain types of malignant growth
  • Drawn out utilization of urinary catheters, which may make it simpler for microscopic organisms to get into your bladder
  • Diabetes, particularly if ineffectively controlled, which may make it more probable for you to get a UTI
  • Pregnancy
  • Unusually created urinary constructions from birth
  • A debilitated insusceptible framework

Symptoms of UTIs

Diseases of the bladder (cystitis) or urethra (tube that does pee of the body) are known as lower UTIs. These can cause:

  • A need to pee more regularly than expected
  • Torment or distress when peeing
  • Abrupt inclinations to pee
  • Feeling like you can’t void your bladder completely
  • Torment abominable in your stomach
  • Pee that is shady, putrid or contains blood
  • Feeling commonly unwell, throbbing and tired

Diseases of the kidneys or ureters (tubes associating the kidneys to the bladder) are known as upper UTIs. These can cause the above side effects and furthermore:

  • A high temperature (fever) of 38C (100.4ºF) or above
  • Torment in your sides or back
  • Shuddering and chills
  • Feeling and being wiped out
  • Disarray
  • Tumult or anxiety

Lower UTIs are normal and aren’t generally a reason for significant concern. Upper UTIs can be not kidding whenever left untreated, as they could harm the kidneys or spread to the circulation system.

Management of Mutrakriccha

The Chikitsa of Mutrakrucchra can be separated into Shodhana and Shamana Chikitsa. The Shodhana treatment can be additionally separated into Antahparimarjana and Bahiparimarjana treatment which is as per the following:

SHODHANA:

Uttarabasti with Trunadi grita

a)Bahiparimarjana Chikitsa: – Parisheka, Avagahana in cool water, sheeta pradeha, greeshma vidhi.

b)Antahparimarjana Chikitsa: – Paya, Virechana with grita arranged of draksha, vidaari and ikshu. Niruha basti and Anuvasana bast

SHAMANA:

a) Cold kwatha of Shatavari, kasha, kusha, swadamstra, vidaari, shali, ikshu and kasheruka blended in with madhu and sharkara lightened mutrakrucchra.

b) Kwatha of kamala, utpala, or sringataka or on the other hand vidaari or dandairaka mula with madhu and sharkara.

Pathya: 

Ahara: Purana shali, yava, kshara,takra, dugdha,dadhi, jangal mamsa, mudga yusha, trapusha,nadeya jala, sharkara, kushmanda, patola patra,ardraka, gokshura, puga, narikela, laghu ela,karpura.

Vihara: Abhyanga,Swedana, Avagahana

Apathya: 

Ahara: Tambula, matsaya, lavana, pinyaka,hingu, tila, sarshapa, masha, karira, tikshna, vidahi,ruksha, amla dravya, virudhashana, vishamashana,

Vihara: Yana gamana, vega dharana, Ativyayama, Ativyavaya, Riding on elephant and pony