Cystitis

This is an inflammation of the bladder that is often caused by a urinary tract infection (UTI) that can cause abnormalities. Most of which occur in women than men. Because a woman’s urethra is short And close to the anus, which is a very infectious source Such germs are therefore more likely to enter through the urethra than men.

Causes of cystitis

The most common primary cause is bacterial infection of the urinary tract. Especially the bacteria Escherichia coli or E. coli (Escherichia coli: E. coli), Klebsiella, Zudomonas (Pseudomonas), Enterobacteria ( Enterobacter), which these bacteria are abundant. In the area around the anus Can enter the body in many ways, such as sexual intercourse. Incorrect cleaning after defecation Using an organic cotton or tampon Or urinary catheterization may also be caused by causes other than bacteria But often occurs very rarely, such as chronic cystitis, drug use, and intimate product use Irradiation of the pelvic muscles Or as a complication from other diseases

Risk factors for cystitis

Prolonged urination Causing pathogens in the urine to grow better
Maintaining poor genital hygiene Especially women If cleaning is not done properly, such as wiping from the back to the front It will have a chance of infection from the vagina and anus.
Douching with antibiotics Causing the good bacteria that protect against germs to be eliminated Therefore becoming more easily infected
Sexually transmitted infection
Hormonal changes in postmenopausal women When female hormones are reduced. Moisturizes the vaginal lining and urethra, which helps prevent infection as well.
Diabetics If the disease is not controlled well, it is likely to be infected easily because the body has low immunity.
Patients must take immunosuppressants. 8. Prolonged urinary catheterization

Symptoms of cystitis

There is a symptom of persistent urination (urinating little by little But often) symptoms like urination
Pain in the lower abdomen or pubis, a burning sensation while urinating, especially when urinating
Cloudy urine, sometimes with an unusual odor. In very severe cases, urine may have blood in the urine. Often without fever (except if you Patients develop high fever, chills, cloudy urine. And lumbago) in young children may have bedwetting symptoms and may have fever, anorexia. Vomiting with

Taking care of yourself when you have cystitis

Drink plenty of clean water, about 6-8 glasses per day (when there are no diseases that require limited water intake, such as heart failure), where drinking water will help flush out germs and reduce burning pain. Time to urinate
Always urinate every time you feel pain. Not holding urine
Avoid nutrients that irritate the bladder, such as coffee, alcohol, soft drinks, and sugary juices.
Always try to move your body Should not sit still for a long time.
Cleaning the genital area or after a bowel movement (in women) must always be front to back. This is to prevent contaminated pathogens from entering the urethra and entering the bladder.
In women, contraception should not be used with a spermicide or the use of a cervical cap. This is because it causes irritation and injury to the urinary and vulvar tissues. Resulting in an easier infection
Do not use sprays or deodorants in the genital area, as they can cause irritation to the urinary and vulvar tissues. This increases the chance of injury and tissue infection.
Should take a shower from the shower Avoid bathing in the tub. Because it may increase the chance of infection more easily
Basic hygiene (national hygiene) should be maintained to maintain good physical health. And reduce the chance of serious infections
Patients should not buy the drug for themselves. Because it may cause drugs that do not match the type of disease Or the size and duration of the drug is not correct. Therefore may result in the disease not curing And can become chronic cystitis from drug-resistant infection

Cystitis

This is an inflammation of the bladder that is often caused by a urinary tract infection (UTI) that can cause abnormalities. Most of which occur in women than men. Because a woman’s urethra is short And close to the anus, which is a very infectious source Such germs are therefore more likely to enter through the urethra than men.

Causes of cystitis

The most common primary cause is bacterial infection of the urinary tract. Especially the bacteria Escherichia coli or E. coli (Escherichia coli: E. coli), Klebsiella, Zudomonas (Pseudomonas), Enterobacteria ( Enterobacter), which these bacteria are abundant. In the area around the anus Can enter the body in many ways, such as sexual intercourse. Incorrect cleaning after defecation Using an organic cotton or tampon Or urinary catheterization may also be caused by causes other than bacteria But often occurs very rarely, such as chronic cystitis, drug use, and intimate product use Irradiation of the pelvic muscles Or as a complication from other diseases

Risk factors for cystitis

Prolonged urination Causing pathogens in the urine to grow better
Maintaining poor genital hygiene Especially women If cleaning is not done properly, such as wiping from the back to the front It will have a chance of infection from the vagina and anus.
Douching with antibiotics Causing the good bacteria that protect against germs to be eliminated Therefore becoming more easily infected
Sexually transmitted infection
Hormonal changes in postmenopausal women When female hormones are reduced. Moisturizes the vaginal lining and urethra, which helps prevent infection as well.
Diabetics If the disease is not controlled well, it is likely to be infected easily because the body has low immunity.
Patients must take immunosuppressants. 8. Prolonged urinary catheterization

Symptoms of cystitis

There is a symptom of persistent urination (urinating little by little But often) symptoms like urination
Pain in the lower abdomen or pubis, a burning sensation while urinating, especially when urinating
Cloudy urine, sometimes with an unusual odor. In very severe cases, urine may have blood in the urine. Often without fever (except if you Patients develop high fever, chills, cloudy urine. And lumbago) in young children may have bedwetting symptoms and may have fever, anorexia. Vomiting with

Taking care of yourself when you have cystitis

Drink plenty of clean water, about 6-8 glasses per day (when there are no diseases that require limited water intake, such as heart failure), where drinking water will help flush out germs and reduce burning pain. Time to urinate
Always urinate every time you feel pain. Not holding urine
Avoid nutrients that irritate the bladder, such as coffee, alcohol, soft drinks, and sugary juices.
Always try to move your body Should not sit still for a long time.
Cleaning the genital area or after a bowel movement (in women) must always be front to back. This is to prevent contaminated pathogens from entering the urethra and entering the bladder.
In women, contraception should not be used with a spermicide or the use of a cervical cap. This is because it causes irritation and injury to the urinary and vulvar tissues. Resulting in an easier infection
Do not use sprays or deodorants in the genital area, as they can cause irritation to the urinary and vulvar tissues. This increases the chance of injury and tissue infection.
Should take a shower from the shower Avoid bathing in the tub. Because it may increase the chance of infection more easily
Basic hygiene (national hygiene) should be maintained to maintain good physical health. And reduce the chance of serious infections
Patients should not buy the drug for themselves. Because it may cause drugs that do not match the type of disease Or the size and duration of the drug is not correct. Therefore may result in the disease not curing And can become chronic cystitis from drug-resistant infection