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Old 02-22-2011, 10:21 PM
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A six year old girl who is close to me is having urinary problems. She has to go to the bathroom frequently, with little amount of volume. She has also been having problems with wetting herself, during the day and night, and she told me that her privates "tickle". She also told me that there are bugs in her privates that make her have to pee all the time even though she doesn't really have to. Her mom took her to the dr. and they found no bacteria infection in the urnine. I asked her if the dr. checked for a yeast infection, and she told me the dr. did. They also did blood work for diabetes and such but all tests were negative. Her mom now thinks she is just going through a phase, but after looking after her for a couple days, I really believe there is something bothering her. Is there any women out there that can give me some advice on what I should do next. I am really worried about this little girl. She also has a problem with asthma and I know she has been using to different kinds of inhalors before bed every night. Just incase that might have something to do with it.

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Old 02-23-2011, 12:06 AM
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I am curious if "tingling" means "burning" or "itching" to a six year old.

I would suggest she drink cranberry juice daily. Not the cheap mixed stuff that is mostly water or grape juice, I mean pure cranberry juice. That will flush out her urinary tract, along with any "bugs".

If she won't drink the juice, her mom could get cranberry capsules from a health store. The capsules would be more potent then the juice, so would be better as long as she could swallow them.

As far as the Asthma goes, she is either allergic to something (mostly dairy or grains) or she has fungal issues. The inhalers usually contain steroids and should never be used long term, as they will eventually destroy the lungs.

Give her some of your colloidal silver, like a teaspoon per day..
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Children respond better to homeopathythan any other group. I would take her to a homeopath, a classical homeopath, in a split second.

I have helped to cure many bladder infections with homeopathy.. and with homeopathy it will work even if no actual bacteria is found
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Old 02-23-2011, 07:28 AM
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PBD exactly what I was thinking. I did get her to drink a big glass of pure unsweetened organic cranberry juice last night. She really didn't like the taste and I can't blame her, but it really proves to me that something is wrong if she is willing to chug it down when I told her it may help. Her mother is not exactly in to alternative therapy and I have thought about giving her silver, but I won't do it with out her mothers permission, which I don't think I'll get.

That is a good idea Arrowwind, I may get her mother to agree to that, I may have to foot the bill, but its something I am more than willing to do.
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I agree with the other post that pure natural cranberry juice will be very helpful as well as the colloidal silver recommendation, there are inexpensive topical sprays of colloidal silver that would be very simple to administer to a 6 year old child. I would also recommend that the child eliminates all caffeinated foods/beverages, and any chemically colored/flavored foods/beverages. In addition, try using an all natural, chem/fragrance free laundry detergent. Good luck with the little girl!
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