Cytitis is an annoying disease that greatly interferes with everyday life. You can’t go more than a few meters from the toilet and you can’t sleep because you have to urinate very often. Even the bare thought of going to the toilet is unpleasant, because you are tired of the constant pain and burning sensation when urinating. Your only wish is to get well quickly and enjoy life to the fullest once again.
Cystitis and other UTIs disrupting your everyday life?
Symptoms indicating cystitis
Cystitis can be recognized by an increased and urgent need to urinate, a burning sensation when urinating and lower abdominal pain. In many cases of cystitis, the need to urinate occurs very often, but at the same time, the amount of urine excreted is relatively small. A common symptom of cystitis is also an unpleasant odor and discoloration of urine. The situation is serious if, in addition to the above, there is fever and pain in the back or side.
Cystitis risk factors
Different factors can contribute to the development of cystitis. An important factor contributing to the development of cystitis is a cold, which weakens the body’s resistance to infection. Active sexual life increases the probability of contracting cystitis. During pregnancy, incomplete emptying of the bladder often occurs, due to which residual urine is a favorable environment for the growth of bacteria. In connection with menopause, changes occur in the microflora of the urinary tract, which can promote the development of bladder infections.
PHYSICIANS' RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CYSTITIS
- Avoid freezing, keep your feet and lower body warm, dress according to the weather
- Eat a varied diet, drink enough water (1.5…2 L per day)
- Avoid excessive sugar, salt and spices in food
- Take care of cleanliness and intimate hygiene
- If the need arises, do not postpone going to the toilet
- In case of acute cystitis, stay in a warm bed, under a blanket
- Use preparations containing D-mannose and cranberry proanthocyanidins
CAUSE OF CYSTITIS
The most common causes of cystitis are bacteria that come from intestinal microflora called Escherichia coli (E. Coli), which, according to scientific studies is responsible for up to 90% of non-complicated infections in sexually active women.
(bladder pain syndrome)
It is a chronic disease with symptoms similar to cystitis: increased need to urinate, bladder tightness or pain, painful urination, and sometimes pelvic pain.
This is a condition that occurs in women not only during their honeymoon, but also after a more active sex life (especially with a new partner).
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