More about Cystitis

Cystitis (In Latin: cystitis) is an inflammatory disease of the mucous membrane of the bladder. Cystitis is an inflammatory disease of the bladder. It is quite widespread, and is more common among women. The cystitis is due to many factors: cooling of the body, bladder urine retention, constipation, overwork, catheterization, deflation, pregnancy, climax and others. When cystitis is a consequence of another disease (adenoma of the prostate gland, tumors and bladder stones), it is called secondary. Cystitis is manifested by frequent urination, urinary pain, blood and urine bacteria. Acute primary cystitis occurs with abrupt signs but passes for 5-7 days, even without treatment. Secondary cystitis lasts for months, usually until the underlying disease is removed. The complications of chronic cystitis are: fibrosis and decreased bladder volume, bladder wall breakdown, and others. Treatment of acute cystitis is carried out in a fast-paced regime, fluid diet, abundant drinking of warm liquids, warm water procedures. Antibiotics, chemotherapeutics, antispasmodics, and painkillers are being used. The treatment of secondary cystitis consists mainly in the elimination of the diseases that cause it. Prevention of cystitis consists in maintaining high personal hygiene, colds prevention, constipation removal, catheterization only when strictly indicated, removal of diseases and disease states that cause secondary cystitis (prostate adenoma, tumors and bladder stones and other ). Depending on the course, acute and chronic cystitis differ. The cist is: Infectious - bacterial, viral, fungal Non-infectious - radiation, medical.