In addition to surgery treatment, drug and diet treatments are also effective for cystitis

Author: John
Time: 2014/9/13 10:34:45

cystitis, a urinary tract infection, is commonly caused by bacteria infection. When suffering from this disease, a lot of women choose the surgery treatment in order to keep away from the painful symptoms as soon as possible. However, due to the huge damage and the high recurrence of the surgery, it isn't the suitable treatment for this disease. In fact, in addition to surgery treatment, there are some other effective treatments for cystitis.

Western Medicine: in general, antibiotics are the major drugs in Western medicine for cystitis. Patients can choose a suitable antibiotic by the bacterial culture and sensitivity test. Commonly, antibiotics like oxazole sulfamethoxazole, trimethoprim, amoxicillin, trimethoprim, ofloxacin are chosen by patients.

Traditional Chinese Medicine: In TCM (traditional Chinese medicine), doctors follow the principle of sterilization and antiphlogosis for cystitis. Herbal medicine like Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is proven to be effective for treating cystitis. The herbal medicine is invented by the herbalist Dr. Lee Xiaoping for over 30 years of clinical experience; it is made by the combination of over 50 kinds of herbs, which can kill the bacteria and eliminate the inflammation from the root; it is natural and safe, which doesn't have any side effects and drug resistance.

In addition to drug treatments, diet therapies also work well.

Polenta: put corn residue 50 g and a little salt into a pot and add some water. Then cook the corn residue into polenta; remember not to eat any foods before.

Brown sugar and barley porridge: take Pearl barley 50 g and some amount of brown sugar into a pot and add some water. Then cook them into porridge.

Bamboo leaf porridge: Take bamboo leaves 30 to 45 g, gypsum for 15 to 30 g, rice for 50 to 100 g and some amount of sugar into a pot, and add into some water. Then cook the bamboo leaves and gypsum into the juice first; take the juice into rice to cook into porridge.

In addition to these diet therapies, the patient should drink plenty of water, take some nourishing food and have a good rest.

All in all, for the treatment of cystitis, surgery treatment isn't the best. It can not only bring much harm to the patient, but also make the patient experience high recurrence of this disease. So for the overall consideration, drug and diet treatments may be also effective for cystitis.