Cystitis is inflammation of the bladder. Most of the time, bladder inflammation is caused by bacterial infection. Common cystitis pathogens include: E. coli, Paracolobacterium, Proteus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Streptococcus faecalis, Enterococcus, and Staphylococcus aureus. The Prostate is located below the bladder. Pathogens from the prostate (as a result of prostatitis, prostate inflammation, and prostate infection), can retrograde through the prostatic urethra into the bladder to cause cystitis. Prostatic hypertrophy, urinary tract obstruction, dysuria, uric acid deposit, bladder stones, and increased residual urine in the urinary bladder can also cause cystitis. And, prostate diseases that cause urinary retention, and/or indwelling catheters as a result of prostatectomy or prostate surgery can lead to cystitis.

Cystitis can be divided into acute cystitis and chronic cystitis. Acute cystitis often embodies sudden onset of symptoms, which include: burning and pain in the urinary tract when urinating, urgent and frequent urination (up to 5-6 times or more per hour), less reduced urinary volume (as low as a few drops), lower abdominal pain at the end of urination, turbid urine, hematuria, and mild pressing pain above the pubis and in the bladder area.

Chronic cystitis symptoms include those that reoccur and/or persist for a long time, such as, urinary frequency, urgency, and pain when urinating. However, they may not be as painful or seem as serious as in the acute phase.

According to the patient’s history of urinary frequency, urgency, and pain when urinating the routine examination of urine may indicate red blood cells, pus cells, and/or bacterial cultures having more than 100,000 bacterial counts per milliliter of urine. This can gave a clear diagnosis of cystitis.

For cystitis treatment includes: drinking plenty of water (preferably two liters per day), timely urination without holding back urine, and most importantly antibiotic treatment, which is the main treatment of cystitis. When antibiotic treatment is administered, the most effective antibiotics should be selected through pathogen sensitive testing.

Cystitis caused by the prostate disease can easily recur. The objective of the 3D Prostate Targeted Treatment is to eliminate prostate disease and urinary tract obstruction, thus reducing and eliminating cystitis, and preventing recurrence. We are very successful in achieving this objective safely and effectively.

2015-10-13 Admin