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The urinary tract is covered with squamous epithelium, starting with the renal pelvis and continuing through the ureters, the entire bladder, and the urethra. This is always a matter of territorial marking conflicts. The man has his outer territory, and the woman has her inner territory (nest).

Bed-Wetting

The cause of bedwetting is a double territory-marking conflict, concerning partner and mother/child. With toddlers who wet their bed at night, the cause is often the children’s room, into which they are banished by their parents.

    Cystitis

    The Cystitis is the healing phase of a territorial marking conflict or conflict of location-determination concerning the squamous epithelium of the bladder.

      Bladder Cancer

      Bladder Cancer is not always bladder cancer! There is the tumor on the Trigonum (vile mess), which is a conflict-active symptom. And there is the healing phase of the squamous epithelium (territorial marking).

        Bladder Polyp

        The Bladder Polyp is the conflict-active phase of the conflict “ugly mess” concerning the Trigonum.

          Urinary Incontinence

          Urinary Incontinence is caused by two territorial conflicts.

            Bladder Spasms

            Bladder Spasms are the epileptic seizures of the bladder muscles (Territory Marking Conflict).

              Burning While Urinating

              During the healing phase of the urethra (territorial marking conflict, squamous epithelium, external skin scheme) one has pain.”

                Burning In The Ureter

                The pain in the ureter the patient has during the healing phase (territorial marking conflict, squamous epithelium, external skin scheme)

                  Gonorrhoea

                  Gonorrhea develops in the healing phase after a somewhat stronger territorial marking conflict concerning the urethra. It reacts with (bacteria) the connective tissue located under the squamous epithelium.

                    Urinary drive

                    The unpleasant need to urinate occurs in the epileptic crisis of the bladder wall muscles, after a resolved territorial marking conflict.

                      Urination Painful

                        Ureter

                        The ureters carry urine from the kidney to the bladder. They are internally covered with squamous epithelium, which belongs to the so-called outer-skin scheme (pain in the healing phase).

                          Incontinence

                          Incontinence is the conflict-active phase of a double (partner and mother/child) territory-marking conflict affecting the sphincter muscles.

                            Papilloma

                            The papillomas develop in hanging healing of a territorial marking conflict concerning the bladder mucosa.

                              Irritable Bladder

                              In the irritable bladder, the bladder muscle tissue reacts “allergically” to certain stimuli. These particular stimuli are nothing more than the so-called tracks. For example, you can always react with an irritable bladder while driving a car. Thus, when driving a car (track) before the first symptom a conflict must have happened: “not being able to mark the territory sufficiently”, concerning the bladder muscles.

                                Gonorrhea

                                Gonorrhea develops in the healing phase after a resolved violent territorial marking conflict concerning the urethra (disturbed during sex). If the ulcers of the active phase go so deep that the underlying connective tissue is released, this connective tissue can react in the healing phase (bacteria).

                                  Zystitis

                                  Die Zystitis ist die Heilungsphase eines Reviermarkierung-Konflikt bzw. Konflikt der Standortsbestimmung das Plattenepithel der Harnblase betreffend.