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Cystitis: symptoms, diagnosis, prevention


One of the most unpleasant diseases, which is usually especially activated in the cold season, is inflammation of the gallbladder or cystitis, which, unfortunately, affects a large number of women of different ages. Cystitis can be mild when only the bladder mucosa is inflamed, but the situation can also be complicated by the penetration of inflammation into the muscle component. The bladder can become inflamed for various reasons, most often this is facilitated by some kind of infection that has entered the organ either from the outside or ascending, or one of the ways when the infection enters from the pelvic organs, which is also not uncommon. The main mistake when detecting symptoms of mild cystitis is the decision to choose self-medication or its absence at all, many hope that the discomfort will pass with time,

Despite the fact that cystitis is considered a female disease, it also occurs in men, but much less often and is usually a consequence of prostatitis, in this case no special treatment is required. Knowing for what reasons cystitis occurs, you need to pay more attention to this and do everything in order not to “enjoy" unpleasant sensations. Especially unpleasant sensations are caused by acute cystitis, the treatment of which does not need to be delayed, otherwise it, as a rule, goes into a chronic stage, which, with a slight impact, is activated again, it can be either hypothermia or a little stress. In addition to the fact that cystitis can begin due to hypothermia or stress, trauma to the bladder mucosa, circulatory disorders in the pelvis, and so on can also become provoking factors.

The symptoms of cystitis can be vague, but it’s worth knowing the basics by which cystitis is most often detected. The main symptoms include frequent urination, which may be accompanied by discomfort and burning, after urination, there is often a feeling that the bladder is not completely emptied, this is also one of the symptoms. Acute cystitis is often accompanied by fever. The doctor usually prescribes a series of tests and diagnostics to make a diagnosis, usually a general urine and blood test, as well as an ultrasound of the bladder, after which, in most cases, antibiotics, regimen and diet are prescribed.

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