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What is Cystitis? What are its causes and symptoms?

Cystitis is a medical term used for bladder inflammation and infection. In most of the cases, this infection is caused by bacteria. This infection is also known as urinary tract infection. Bladder infection if remain untreated, can damage become severe and may spread to your kidneys.

Symptoms of Cystitis

The common symptoms of cystitis are:

  • Strong urge to urinate
  • Dripping of urine
  • Burning sensation
  • Pelvic discomfort
  • Blood in the urine
  • Low fever
  • Pressure in the lower abdomen

Causes of Cystitis

As you know, the urinary system consists of kidneys, uterus, urethra and bladder. Any infection to one of these organs can cause trouble in urination.

Bacterial cystitis

Bacterial cystitis usually occurs when bacteria from the outside of the body enters the urinary tract through the urethra. After the entry, these bacteria increase their numbers.

Noninfectious cystitis

Bacterial infections are common in the bladder. However, various infections can developer increase bladder infection. Some noninfectious cystitis includes:

Interstitial cystitis – The cause of the bladder inflammation is unclear. Most women are infected due to this syndrome.

Radiation cystitis – Radiation treatment in the pelvic area, can cause inflammatory changes in the bladder.

Treatment

You should contact your GP immediately. He will recommend you antibiotics to treat the bladder infection. You can use Trimethoprim to treat the urinary infection. You can also contact professional doctor online at UK Pharmacy Meds.


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