Cystitis is a condition most commonly caused by infection. As a rule, the infectious agent first enters the urethra, and then rises higher, which causes an inflammatory lesion of the mucous membranes of the bladder. Due to the anatomical features of the structure of the urethra, cystitis is eight times more likely to be diagnosed in women (their urethra is broader and shorter than in men).
Experienced professionals in Kyiv should entrust treatment of bladder inflammation. Therefore, we recommend contacting urologist Sergii Liulko, who sees patients at the urological clinic. The practicing physician is a member of the European Association of Urology, regularly takes advanced training courses and internships in Europe, including Germany and Italy.
The characteristic manifestations of cystitis include:
Most often, inflammation of the bladder is a consequence of the infection entering the urethra (urethra), and the "rise" of the pathogen is higher. In rare cases, the cause of cystitis is a medication with associated side effects. Other risk factors include:
The main manifestations of cystitis are similar to other urological diseases and sexually transmitted diseases. Accordingly, laboratory tests (blood, urine, microflora culture) and instrumental tests, including ultrasound of the bladder and pelvic organs, X-ray, and cystoscopy, are recommended to confirm the diagnosis.
Treatment of cystitis aims to eliminate the causes of the disease (fighting the pathogen) and relieve unpleasant symptoms. The primary method is conservative therapy with medication, drinking plenty of fluids, and dieting.
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Read more about cystitis in the article "All about cystitis. How to treat and how not treat cystitis"