Q. Which ayurvedic medicine can be used to treat frequent urination?

Answered by
Dr. Ishwar Chandra Rai
and medically reviewed by Dr. Divya Banu M
This is a premium question & answer published on Sep 09, 2019

Hello doctor,

I am having frequent urination problem (urine every 30 to 40 minutes and not satisfied post-void) since a month. My Kidney function tests, blood sugar level, prostrate size everything is normal. My pelvic ultrasound showed mild urine post-void retention of 25 ml and muscosal prominence was noted measuring 3 to 4 mm in thickness.

Kindly advice me an ayurvedic medicine. I read about Chandraprabha vati and Bangshil. Let me know what is to be recommended. And Gogshuradi Guggulu is a diuretic so I will not prefer that.



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I have read your case history. You have mentioned kidney function test, blood sugar level and prostrate size is normal (attachment removed to protect patient identity), even then you get frequent urination. See, only above mentioned causes are not responsible for frequent urination. Incomplete void due to any reasons like thickness of bladder sphincters or nerve conduction defects, infection, inflammation in urinary tract are also responsible for such conditions. Excess consumption of alcohol, using air-condition are also causes of frequent urination.

Treatment plan:

As you mentioned some Ayurvedic medicines name like Chandraprabha Vati, Bangshil and Gokshuradi guggulu are very potent and effective medicines in urinary system disorders.
Gokshuradi guggulu works as diuretic but it also helps to remove the cause of retention of urine.
So as per your present case history and investigation reports you should go through following medications.
1. Chandraprabha Vati 1 tablet + Shweta Parpati 500 mg + Kanchanara guggulu 1 tablet thrice a day with honey after meals.
2. Varunadi Kasayam 20 ml twice a day with equal amount of water after meals.
3. Neeri syrup 10 ml twice a day before food.

Preventive measures:

Avoid spicy and fried junk foods.
Quit smoking and drinking if you have these habits.
Avoid cold drinks, soft drinks, ice-cream, etc.
Avoid to use air conditioner.

Regarding follow up:

Do these things and provide your valuable feedback after fifteen days.

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