What Is Follicular Cystitis?

Author: Dr. Lee
Time: 2012/2/16 14:23:44

Follicular cystitis:The disease is common in chronic urinary tract infection. Small brownish nodules observed by cystoscopy, are often surrounded by inflammatory mucosa, but sometimes can be seen in the normal mucosa between nodules. Diseases are common in the trigone of the bladder or the bottom of bladder. Nodules, which were needed to be differentiated with tumors, composed of lymphocyte follicles were found in lamina propria by microscopy. The treatment is to control the infection, and is symptomatic treatment.

"Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill" for the treatment of follicular cystitis is to control the infection first with the effect of clearing away heat and toxic material to kill pathogenic bacteria and viruses that cause inflammation, which is symptomatic; meanwhile, the medicinal materials of "Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill" include the medicine of promoting blood circulation and dissolving stasis, which can dissipate hard lumps and make the abnormal, isabelline, intumescent tubercle disappear.

To treat follicular cystitis, patients need to pay attention to their health habits and body care while taking "Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill".

Urination must be timely and complete without holding back; more water intake is necessary to relieve cystitis; pay attention to the health of private parts and stick to the treatment.