Monday, 2 December 2013

Cystitis - The Symptoms

Cystitis is defined as a condition of urinary bladder inflammation

A. Symptoms
1. Pressure in the lower pelvis, daytime frequency and nocturia
Interstitial cystitis is is characterized by over 6 months of chronic pain,  pressure and discomfort felt in the lower pelvis or bladder.  It is often relieved with voiding, along with daytime frequency and nocturia in the absence of an urinary tract infection(1).

2. Painful urination (dysuria)
A slight majority of women with interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome (IC/PBS) reported dysuria at onset of their IC/PBS symptoms. The available laboratory data have suggested that dysuria may be a sensitive indicator of urinary tract infection at the onset of IC/PBS(2).

3. Frequent urination (polyuria) or urgent need to urinate (urinary urgency)
It can be caused by overactive bladder as a result of irritation due to inflammatory cystitis

4. Haematuria
There is a report of a case of uncomplicated urinary tract infection due to Corynebacterium striatum in an ambulatory patient without any other predisponent risk factors(3).

5. Bladder/pelvic pain

6. Dark, cloudy or strong-smelling urine

7. Etc.
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