Increase Water Intake
Keep up your water intake to help cure painful urination. Water will help fix the problem by flushing infection-causing bacteria as well as toxins out of your body.
drink water to help relieve dysuria
Moreover, it will prevent dehydration, which can worsen your condition. Water will also bring any excess heat in the body to a normal level and promote frequent urination.
Drink plenty of water throughout the day. You can also eat water-based fruits and vegetables. Soups, smoothies, juices and broths will also help keep your body hydrated.
You can also soothe the pain with warm compresses. The heat will help minimize bladder pressure and reduce pain.
warm compress for dysuria
Apply a warm compress on your lower abdomen for 5 minutes. Wait for some time and then reapply.
You can also use a heating pad to get relief from the pain.
Baking soda may also help ease dysuria. This alkaline compound helps reduce the acidity of your urine, which in turn helps ease burning sensations during urination and even reduces frequent urges to urinate. In addition, it helps balance the body’s pH level.
Add 1 teaspoon of baking soda to a glass of water and stir until it dissolves completely.
Drink it on an empty stomach.
Repeat daily for up to a week.
Plain, unsweetened yogurt with active cultures is also helpful. The active cultures help keep bad bacteria at bay and promote the growth of healthy bacteria.
eat yogurt for dysuria
It aids in fighting off any infection that can cause the condition and helps maintain a healthy vaginal pH balance.
Eat 2 to 3 cups of plain yogurt daily. You can even try yogurt smoothies.
You can also dip a tampon in yogurt and insert it in the vagina for 2 hours. Do this twice daily until you get relief.