Cystitis refers to the inflammation of the bladder that is most often caused by a urinary tract infection. While these infections are more common in women, cystitis in men does occur and can potentially be very dangerous.
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Cystitis (bladder infection) treatment with non-antibiotic bladder infection therapies shows potential. Cystitis is commonly treated with antibiotics, but patients can still develop chronic bladder infections. Bladder infections can become life-threatening if the bacteria travel to the kidneys. The most common… Read More
Should cystitis drugs for women be available without a prescription? The study published in The BMJ says, yes. The researchers suggest, making cystitis treatment prescription-free could save three million scarce doctor appointments a year.
Cystitis is an acute uncomplicated urinary… Read More
Urinary tract infection (UTI) caused by E.coli triggers inflammation through FimH protein attachments on the cell surfaces. Most common among women, UTIs are typically caused by E.coli bacteria. The infection takes place when E.coli travel though the urethra to the… Read More
When an abnormal growth of bacteria occurs within the bladder it can lead to a bladder infection – or cystitis. Females typically experience bladder infections more than males, and bladder infections are the most common form of bacterial infections… Read More