Urethra infection or pain

URETHRA INFECTION OR PAIN: Most often, urethra problems stem from kidney or gall bladder stones that scrape and irritate the urethra as stones pass through the urethra. Most cases readily responded to the suggestion for kidney stones. See Kidney Stones, page 282. James suffered with this problem for weeks. I suggested long hot baths that helped when he could get them. (His home was equipped with a shower but not bathtub.) Finally after many weeks, he began eating a raw milk diet only. Within 24 hours, all of his pain subsided. I suggest adding 4-6 tablespoons raw cream and 2 tablespoons unheated honey to every 28 ounces of milk.

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