If you let that fiery wise blood just sit there in your belly, great granddaughter, admonishes Grandmother Growth, you’ll get the urge to quench that heat. You’ll get a tickle, a twinge, an urgent call. But you won’t have the moisture you need. It’s boiled away. It’s gone up in steam.
So I’ll say it once more: circulate your wise blood, granddaughter. Spiral it around and up to your crown. Take action on your anger. Pleasure yourself. And you’ll be one of those old crones, like me, whose eyes sparkle with mirth and flash with intention.
Step 1: Collect Information
Bladder infections are also known as cystitis, urethritis, and UTIs (urinary tract infections). When bacteria grow in the bladder, the resulting infection usually causes symptoms such as: a burning sensation during voiding, overwhelming urgency, frequent but minuscule urinations, incontinence, bloody urine, and pelvic pain. Up to 25 percent of bladder infections in post- menopausal women are silent or symptomless.
Bacteria enter the bladder in three primary ways: when feces are spread to the bladder opening (such as wiping from back...