What is meant by cystitis?

Author: Dr. Lee
Time: 2011/8/23 17:33:36

cystitis is the common term used for inflammation of the bladder, which accounts for about 50% to 70% of the total number of urinary tract infections. In most cases, inflammation is caused by a bacterial infection. Cystitis can cause pain and frequent urination, or more serious problems if the infection travels to the kidneys.

Pain is usually felt above the pubic bone and often in the lower back as well. Frequent urination during the night may also occur. The urine may look cloudy and contain visible blood.

In older people, cystitis may cause no symptoms and only be discovered when urine tests are performed for other reasons.

Cystitis may occur as a reaction to certain drugs, radiation therapy or irritants, such as hygiene products, spermicidal jellies or long-term use of a catheter.

Antibiotics are used in the treatment of bacterial cystitis. Treatment for non-bacterial cystitis will depend on the underlying cause.

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