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Galpharm Cystocalm

Galpharm Cystocalm

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  • Helps with afflictions such as cystitis
  • Helps ease the pain
  • Flushes the infection out of the body

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Aqua Ban Tablets

Aqua Ban Tablets

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  • Medically fit to treat premenstrual syndrome
  • Contains ammonium chloride and caffeine
  • helps the body to get rid of excess water

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Effercitrate Tablets

Effercitrate Tablets

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  • Effective at improving the symptoms of cystitis
  • Contains potassium citrate and citric acid
  • Neutralises the acidity found in the urine

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Cystopurin Granules with Natural Cranberry Juice Extract

Cystopurin Granules with Natural Cranberry Juice Extract

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  • Helps with afflictions such as cystitis
  • Works to neutralise the acidity of the urine
  • Contains the active ingredient potassium citrate

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Cymalon Sachets (Cranberry Flavour )

Cymalon Sachets (Cranberry Flavour )

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  • Used in the treatment of Cystitis
  • Helps relieve the discomfort and pain
  • Not for men and children

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Care Potassium Citrate Mixture

Care Potassium Citrate Mixture

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  • Treats the irritation caused by Cystitis
  • lessens the acidity level of the urine
  • Contains active ingredient potassium citrate

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What is cystitis?

Inflammation of your bladder is known as cystitis. Inflammation makes your bladder red, irritated, or swollen. Cystitis is one of the common types of urinary tract infection, especially in females. Mild cases of cystitis get better by themselves within a short time. However, some people experience cystitis frequently and may need long-term or regular treatment. In addition, there are also risks that cystitis can lead to more serious kidney problems.

What causes cystitis?

It is not always clear what causes cystitis. However, bacteria such as E. coli usually cause bladder inflammation. These bacteria live on your skin and intestines and are not a problem. But if these bacteria get into the urethra, a tube that carries urine out of the body can cause issues. In addition, the following are the common causes of cystitis;

  • Irritating hygiene products
  • Catheter ongoing use
  • Exposure to radiation
  • Certain drugs
  • Urinary tract infections (UTIs)

Causes of chronic cystitis are;

  • Stress
  • Having a menstrual cycle
  • Dehydration
  • Sexual intercourse
  • Wearing form-fitting pants
  • Holding urine for too long

Some other things can also increase the risks of cystitis;

  • Having diabetes or weakened immune system
  • Using a diaphragm contraception
  • Having a sexual activity
  • Pregnancy
  • Being older than 75 or younger than 1

What are the common symptoms of Cystitis conditions?

The possible symptoms of cystitis are;

  • Stinging, burning, or pain while peeing
  • Urgently peeing or needing to pee more often
  • Strong smelly urine
  • Dark urine
  • Lower abdomen pain
  • General feelings of sickness, aches, or tiredness

Cystitis possible symptoms in younger children are;

  • Abdomen pain
  • A high temperature of 38C
  • Urgent need to pee
  • Irritability
  • Weakness
  • Vomiting
  • Reduced appetite

What are the types of cystitis?

Cystitis can be interstitial or acute. Interstitial cystitis (IC) is a long-term or chronic case, and acute cystitis occurs suddenly. Both cystitides have a range of possible causes. Cystitis causes determine its type, and the following are the different types;

Drug-induced cystitis

Several medicines can cause bladder inflammation. Medicines pass out the body through the urinary tract system. Drugs such as ifosfamide or cyclophosphamide can irritate the bladder when being passed out.

Bacterial cystitis

Bacterial cystitis happens when bacteria enter the urethra or a normally growing bacteria in the body becomes imbalanced.

Foreign body cystitis

Catheter’s ongoing use can increase the risks of bacterial infection and damage to tissues in the urinary tract. Both the damage and bacteria can cause bladder inflammation.

Radiation cystitis

Radiation therapy shrinks tumours and kills cancer cells but can also damage healthy tissues and cells. For example, radiation therapy in your pelvic area can cause the bladder to become inflamed.

Chemical cystitis

Hygiene products can irritate the bladder. These products are;

  • Chemicals from a bubble bath
  • Feminine hygiene sprays
  • Spermicidal jellies
  • Diaphragm use with spermicide

Cystitis associated with other diseases

Some cystitis may occur as a symptom of other medical conditions such as;

  • Spinal injuries
  • Enlarged prostate
  • HIV
  • Kidney stones
  • Diabetes

How to prevent cystitis conditions?

Usually, doctors recommend the following to prevent cystitis or repeated bladder infections;

  • Drink plenty of water or other liquids: Drinking lots of water or fluids is essential if you are getting radiation or chemotherapy to prevent bladder inflammation.
  • Urinate frequently: Don’t delay the urge to urinate.
  • Wipe from front to back: While cleaning, wipe from front to back to prevent bacteria from spreading from the anal to the vagina and urethra.
  • Take a shower: If you are prone to infections, then avoid bathing and start showering.
  • Gently wash the vaginal skin: Don’t use harsh soaps to wash the vaginal skin to avoid skin irritation.
  • Empty the bladder after intercourse: Drink plenty of water to flush bacteria after sexual activity.
  • Avoid deodorant sprays in the genital area: These products can irritate the genital area.

Some changes in lifestyle may also help prevent cystitis;

  • Reducing stress
  • A change in diet
  • Increase physical activity

Your doctor can also recommend bladder training to prevent and treat cystitis. Bladder training includes;

  • Keep a diary of your patterns
  • Ignore the first urge to urinate
  • Wait until the bladder is full

How to treat cystitis?

Several drugs effectively treat different cystitis symptoms, such as painful urination or lower abdomen pain. These drugs are;

  • Galpharm
  • Aqua Ban Tablets
  • Effercitrate Tablets
  • Cystopurin Granules with Natural Cranberry Juice Extract
  • Cymalon Sachet (Cranberry Extract)
  • Care Potassium Citrate Mixture

Can I buy Cystitis treatment online?

The most effective treatment for cystitides, such as tablets and sachets, are available on the click pharmacy website. These pills and sachet effectively treat different cystitis symptoms such as painful or burning urination, feeling sick, or lower tummy pain. Some sachets play an essential role in reducing urine acidity and thus reducing the burning sensation. In addition, you can also consult a medical specialist at click pharmacy to get the best advice. Our medical specialist will diagnose the severity of cystitis symptoms or recommend some tests for complete information. After that, you will be advised the most effective medication for cystitis symptoms, and the purchase will be delivered to your address in discreet packaging.

How long does it take to treat Cystitis conditions?

Usually, it can take up to five to seven days to improve several cystitis symptoms, such as lower abdominal pain or dark urine. However, if these cystitis symptoms are severe or chronic, you may need to take a long-term treatment with the doctor’s prescription.

Patient information leaflet

The effective drugs for cystitis may cause mild to moderate side effects. However, an individual can prevent these side effects by following the instructions mentioned on the leaflet. Therefore, try to go through the leaflet before taking these drugs.

Authored by Jana Abelovska

Last reviewed 20 April 2021

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