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Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a contagion in any portion of our urinary scheme like kidney, bladder, urethra and ureters. Most contagions include the low urinary tract - the bladder as well as the urethra. Women are at bigger danger of emerging UTI than men. Risk issues contain female anatomy, sexual contact, diabetes, obesity, and family antiquity. UTI classically ensue when microbes arrive the urinary tract over the urethra and start to reproduce in the bladder. About 150 million people may develop UTI. The main objective of our analysis is to determine the efficacy of the homoeopathic medications in the managing of UTI by evaluating the number of epithelial cells and pus cells in urine before and after medication. The diet and regimen play a major role in control of infections. For this, the patients were subjected for urine analysis before and after medication and the results were analysed. In this study, it is proved that Homoeopathic medicines have a potential action in treating UTI with the selection of similimum and along with proper management of the case in bringing the epithelial and pus cells under control and has been proved to provoke the deranged vitality in patients with UTI and bring them ease.