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How to Stay Away from Cystitis?

The normal bladder has a strong resistance to bacteria. Still, older people have a relatively weak resistance and are prone to recurrence of cystitis after treatment, so the treatment is a little different from the ordinary person.
 
1. In the first attack, the doctor will give the patient antibiotics, such as norfloxacin, cotrimoxazole, amoxicillin, fumagillin, etc. Most patients can be cured after 3 to 7 days of medication.
 
If the cystitis is recurrent, the doctor will ask the patient to do a urine bacterial culture and drug sensitivity test first and use antibiotics according to the drug sensitivity.
 
Doctors mostly give older people high drug concentrations in kidney tissues and urine and low nephrotoxicity to control inflammation as quickly and effectively as possible. Patients can also choose safe and harmless herbal medications for treatment, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill ingredients are natural herbs, which do not have side effects and can be used for a long time.
 
If the infection is still recurring after treatment, the doctor will use anti-bacterial therapy, often achieving good results.
 
2. If the infection recurs and the treatment is inadequate, the doctor will check the patient's immune function. If the patient's immune function is low, the doctor will give the patient immune-boosting drugs. Patients can also use natural therapies such as doing more exercise to enhance the body's ability to resist disease.
 
3. If the patient is not cured for a long time or has recurrent episodes, the doctor will consider the appropriate examination to exclude other diseases, such as an infection near the urethra (vaginitis, cervicitis, prostatitis, etc.). Whether there is urinary tract obstruction (such as stones, prostatic hyperplasia, etc.) and systemic diseases (such as diabetes, tuberculosis, liver disease, etc.) may also be detected. Doctors will also perform other pathogenic tests for patients who are not practical after antibiotic treatment, such as mycoplasma, chlamydia, fungus, etc.
 
In short, when patients have urinary discomfort, it is better not to act without permission but to go to a regular hospital for examination and treatment.
 
How can one prevent cystitis in daily life?
 
1. Rest more, drink more water. Do not overeat spicy and stimulating food. 
 
2. Do not hold urine, pay attention to cleanliness and hygiene, keep the body clean. Regularly abstain from sex, and empty the urine from the bladder before and immediately after sexual intercourse.
 
3. Maintain urinary tract hygiene to prevent urinary tract infections. Do not use scented baths as this can cause unnecessary chemical irritation to the lining of the bladder.
 
4. Don't wear clothes that are too tight, jeans, etc.
 
5. Eat more fresh vegetables and diuretic fruits and vegetables such as watermelon, raw pear, melon, grapes, pineapple, etc. Snails, corn, green beans, capers, white onion, and red cabbage can help relieve frequent, urgent, and painful urination symptoms.
 
The way to prevent cystitis is not a single. Avoiding contact with high incidence causes is undoubtedly an essential aspect, but also recommended in ordinary life, proper physical exercise, proper physical exercise for the prevention of cystitis disease will have an excellent effect.


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