How to Choose the Treatment or Drugs for Interstitial Cystitis

Author: John
Time: 2016/8/24 14:17:30

As more and more people are suffering from interstitial cystitis, the treatment of interstitial cystitis has also been put on the agenda and get people's attention. There are many methods for the treatment of interstitial cystitis, such as surgical treatment, the treatment of drugs for interstitial cystitis and so on. But in my opinion, if want to cure the interstitial cystitis, we should have a comprehensive understanding about it first, and prevention is more effective than cure.

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Interstitial cystitis refers to the bladder mucosa permeability increased and urine harmful substances from penetrating the mucosa or other non infectious and non bladder lesion factors caused by bladder mucous membrane and extensive bladder wall inflammation, as well as a characteristic disease which can cause urinary frequency, urgency and bladder pain. And, as you know, the bladder is a hollow, muscular organ that stores urine. The bladder expends until it's full and then signals your brain that it's time to urinate, communicating through the pelvic nerves. Once you have interstitial cystitis, these signals get mixed up, then you feel the need to urinate more often and with smaller volumes of urine than most people.

In medicine, Interstitial cystitis is relatively acute onset and disease progression is rapid. But in the presence of typical symptoms after the disease usually remain stable and will not be further intensified. Even without treatment, more than half of the patients will appear naturally to alleviate the situation, but soon will  attack again. In addition, interstitial cystitis most often affects women and can have a long-lasting impact on quality of life. Although there's no treatment that reliably eliminates interstitial cystitis, medications and other therapies may offer relief.

Although signs and symptoms of interstitial cystitis may resemble those of a chronic urinary tract infection, urine cultures are usually free of bacteria. However, symptoms may worsen if a person with interstitial cystitis gets a urinary tract infection. Thus, drugs for interstitial cystitis can be so useful. For example, Intravesical botulinum toxin A injections plus hydrodistension can reduce nerve growth factor production and control bladder pain in interstitial cystitis. Also some experts highly recommend Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill for the interstitial cystitis patients, because of the pill can be more effective and targeted.

The treatment of drugs for interstitial cystitis are mainly oral drugs and bladder drug infusion. At present, the treatment mostly uses non operative methods to relieve symptoms, improve the quality of life, such as bladder pressure, oral drugs, bladder drug infusion, nerve stimulation, etc.. And each treatment is not applicable to all patients. You may need to try various treatments or combinations of treatments before you find an approach that relieves your symptoms. Maybe you can use the Diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill, then to get an treatment. But it's better to do a good prevention, I think.

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