Bladder (urinary) & (Bladder Infections)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Bladder: the organ responsible for collection and holding urine excreted by the kidneys prior to disposal by urination.

Overview

Women are plagued by recurring bladder infections because their terrain and hormones are OUT OF BALANCE.  We are not only referring to female sexual hormones, but also thyroid hormone which plays a decisive role in female physiology.

So-called bladder infections are fungal yeast infections, and NOT bacterial, at all.  Unfortunately, women are repeatedly prescribed ANTIBIOTICS for their bladder infections which guarantees a never ending cycle.

The bladder is suspended just above the pelvic floor which is composed of muscle, ligament tendon.  When these tissues begin to breakdown, the organs of the lower abdomen [bladder, uterus bowel] settle and drop, producing a distended belly.

Distended belly due to sagging connective tissue is not to be confused with belly gas and bloating common to people with compromised digestive tracts and people as they get into their 40s, 50s, 60s, and beyond.  Gas and bloat occur because of dysbacteriosis and a compromised mucosa and is corrected with the YAC Immune Protocol.

Belly sag occurs in women earlier than men because the female anatomy ages faster due to shifts in female hormones and thyroid function, and because female anatomy accumulates acid waste faster than males.  Contrary to popular myth, childbearing is NOT the cause of bladder issues for women.  Bladder issues are confirmation of low-grade inflammation of the bladder caused by fungal yeast.   See Mold & Fungus Protocol.

See Origin & Loss of Human Immunity in the Special Insights Tab above or below.

Due to antibiotic exposure, use of hormonal contraceptives and steroidal drugs, and the fact that women are MORE HORMONAL than males, fungal yeast infestation is a an ONGOING issue for women and is behind so-called, bacterial, bladder infections and incontinence/leakage issues.

In men, bladder issues manifest as inability to hold their bladder [even when it not full] which is is aggravated by a swollen/fungal yeast infested prostate that prevents full release of urine and constant need to, go.

The Autoimmune Attack Cycle and the Sugar/Alcohol Cycle both play a part in bladder infections. Address emotional stress, the gut, digestion and intake of dietary sweets and fruit, and bladder problems can be eliminated entirely.

Antibiotic usage is the surest way to perpetuate ongoing bladder infections [UTIs]. Instead, follow YAC protocols that deal with dysfunctional thyroid issues and elimination of fungal yeast and their mycotoxins from the female terrain.  Ask for guidance.

Please review previously Special Insights, Bladder & Prostate Issues by clicking hyperlink.

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

See Inflammation, Digestion and Gut in Glossary.

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