How about herbal treatment for cystitis glandularis?

Author: John
Time: 2013/5/24 17:56:41

cystitis glandularis is a condition that a metaplastic transformation of mucosal cells lining the urinary bladder. The main importance is in histopathology, distinguishing the metaplastic change from urothelial cell carcinoma.

Cystitis glandularis is usually caused by chronic or continuing irritation of the bladder, for example, in paraplegic individuals with nonfunctioning bladders; patients who have been catheterized for a long time; persistent or repeated urinary tract infections

There are some treatment options for cystitis glandularis. Conservative treatment for cystitis glandulars involves removing the source of irritation that results in the chronic inflammatory process that leads to cystitis glandularis. Treatments include long-term antibiotic therapy to eliminate chronic urinary tract infections, replacing in-dwelling catheters with periodic catheterization as needed, removing bladder stones and treating a neurogenic bladder with medications or periodic catheterization.

Radical cystectomy is removal of the bladder and surrounding tissues and lymph glands. This surgery is the last resort of patients who have failed all other therapies and who are in danger of developing or who have already developed uremia, the buildup of toxic wastes in the blood stream because of failure of the kidney to remove those wastes.

Finally, herbal medicine is a good option for this condition. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill has been used for many years to treat cystitis glandularis. As it is herbal medicine, it doesn’t have any side effects and can eradicate this condition in three months.