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Chronic cystitis: what it is and how to treat it


Do you know what chronic cystitis is? It is a urinary tract disorder that mainly affects women: we discover symptoms, remedies and causes.

Chronic cystitis is a recurrent infection that affects the bladder and is one of the most common infections in women . Also known as bacterial cystitis, it has the particularity of presenting itself several times during the year. Let’s find out how to recognize it and how to cure it.

Chronic cystitis: the symptoms to recognize it and to fight it better

Symptoms related to chronic cystitis are more or less the same as those of normal cystitis.


The only difference is that they show up several times throughout the year. Among those that should never be underestimated are:

– Feeling of weight on the bladder
– Urgency to urinate
– Burning or pain when urinating
– Continuous nocturnal urination
– Painful intimate relationships
– Foul-smelling urine
– Abdominal pains
– Temperature

Of course, there is no need to have all these symptoms at once . Already at the appearance of one or two at the same time it is advisable to consult your doctor, especially if you have already had cystitis and if the discomfort continues over time.

What to do in case of chronic cystitis? The cure to follow

When chronic cystitis occurs, the causes can be different. Most of the time these are bacteria that affect the area leading to an infection. And, statistically, it appears that most episodes (about 60%) occur after sexual intercourse. Of course, there may also be other reasons such as, for example, a weakened immune system from drugs or vitamin deficiencies.

What matters is to recognize chronic cystitis in time and not underestimate it by considering it each time an episode in itself. Especially in the presence of the same bacterium , it is in fact likely that it is a chronic problem of antibiotic resistance which, as such, should be treated.

Going to the treatments, these are established by the doctor and usually consist of antibiotics to be taken simultaneously with probiotics able to regulate the bacterial flora which, as we know, is the basis of our state of health. All this can also be combined with natural remedies and, of course, a healthy and balanced diet free of inflammatory foods such as sugars, alcohol, tomatoes and foods notoriously rich in nickel.

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