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I have intestinal cystitis glandularis again. Urologs can't find out the underlying diseas. What should l do for this? Is it precursor of bladder cancer?
InterstitialCystitis: I think you meant to say you have Interstitial Cystitis, a bladder condition which is not really well-understood. It is not thought to be a cancer precursor...but any chronic irritation of any body part can slightly increase the cancer risk of that part. Interstitial Cystitis does have some potentially useful treatments, and new things are being researched, so continue to see the Urologist. ...Read more
A urinary tract infection, also known as an UTI, may involve the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. A common cause is an intestinal bacteria, E. coli. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate, and pain or burning when urinating. Antibiotics are typically ...Read more
Is it possible to treat of recurrent cystitis glandularis in bladder and ureters by using tissue engineering and stem cell?
Here are some...: Although cystitis cystica-glandularis may be related with UTI, its real clinical significance remains unclear. In fact, some patients (most are females) just have that appearance as seen on cystoscopy without symptoms. So, you may have to live with it but just control bladder symptoms as long as being free of bacterial UTI. More? Ask urologist since tis answer can not be given in 400-letter space. ...Read more
What are the reasons which cause "cystitis cystica glandularis" not be cured in bladder and ureters? And is there a certain way to stop its multiply?
Diffuse?: This is a common benign incidental change in the bladder mucosa. A patch or two of cystitis glandularis is no reason to be concerned. When it is widespread ("diffuse"), it generally means that there's underlying disease in the urinary tract / ureters. You indicate you have hydronephrosis. It is a marker for the need for cancer vigilance ; perhaps contains mutations that keep it going. ...Read more
If I can't cure "cystitis cystica glandularis" in my bladder and ureter what what can be the reason underlying disease in the urinary tract / ureters?
Check out these: Informative links. God bless u! http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/interstitial-cystitis/ds00497. http://www. Homeherbgardenanswers. Com/herbs-for-interstitial-cystitis/. ...Read more
What is the risk ratio of cystitis cystica et glandularis (cceg) turn into bladder cancer? Are there medicines and natural ways to inhibit this?
Rare risk: Cccg of the bladder: caused by or associated with longstanding chronic inflammation or infection of the bladder lining. Two histological types: common and intestinal. Latter associated with adenoca bladder but unclear whether cccg is truly a precursor of adenoca. Bulk of the evidence does not support a pathogenesis relationship between the former and the latter. Rx: eradicate inflammation. ...Read more
Can recurrent urinary obstruction of "cystitis cystica glandularis" be treated with "cortisone"? Is there another known methods for treatment of cceg?
AwayWithYouStinkPee!: In rare instances, the body fights it off. Otherwise you need an antibiotic. You could try the Health Store methods, but good luck. OK, so, it can and probably will come back if the conditions that provoked it are not changed. Like tight nylon undies, sitting too long, wiping back to front, stress, sex, chemicals (soaps, cleansers, etc) excess dryness, structural changes, etc. Or something else.... ...Read more
Increase water: If it is a true cystitis, bacteria is in the bladder and causing an infection and antibiotics are often needed but some times certain foods/drinks can irritate the bladder and make it feel like cystitis or inflammation of the bladder. Increasing water and decreasing acidic foods and drinks can help with the symptoms also. ...Read more
Get help: Interstitial cystitis is a condition that requires long-term chronic management. There are many dietary tricks which can help you feel much better. Overall management is best done with a physician comfortable with and used to treating interstitial cystitis. It is worth your time to link up with such a physician; best of luck in your long-term management. ...Read more
Cystitis cystica: Cystitis cystica is a benign (noncancerous) change that is thought to be a reaction to irritation and not a specific disease of its own. Sometimes it forms a small bump or a polyp-like area. Therefore a urologist might biopsy it to make sure it is not cancer. There is no evidence that it becomes cancerous over time. So it may not need to be cured unless there are other bladder problems. ...Read more
IC vs Cystitis: Evaluation by a doctor that treats ic is the best way. Most patients have been treated for multiple urinary tract infections with negative cultures. Suspicion of ic is based on history and diagnosis can be confirmed by cystoscopy - using a small scope to look into the bladder after the bladder has bee distended. Testing the bladder with a solution captaining potassium can also be done. ...Read more
It can: The typical symptoms of cystitis (inflammation of the bladder) are urinary urgency, frequency, burning with urination, and lower abdominal/bladder discomfort. An itching sensation in the penis or pelvic region (and not other areas of the body or skin) can be seen as well but less common. Prostatitis and urethritis infections more commonly associated with itching in the lower urinary tract. ...Read more
Not usually: A pelvic examination is geared towards looking at the health issues in the reproductive system and will not address cystitis. If you have urinary symptoms, you should mention that to your doctor so that s/he may address the issue through other means. ...Read more
Yes it could:
Interstitial cystitis (ic) is a condition that causes discomfort or pain in the bladder and abdomen. It is far more common in women than in men. The symptoms vary from case to case. Some people have an urgent or frequent need to urinate. Women's symptoms often get worse during their periods. They may also have pain with sexual intercourse.
Visit your doctor for diagnosis and therapy. ...Read more
? Pain from cystitis: Kidney infection, pyelonephritis or kidney stones or blockage are, but, cystitis is not usually associated with back pain. It can occur if & when cystitis UTI extends up to the kidneys. You are advised to consult with your dr., intenist or urologist in case this is serious. Good luck. ...Read more
Not a good idea.: This condition is highly unlikely to be cured without antibiotics. It is an infection and so has gone too far to be handled by simple methods. It is an infection of the bladder, and even if it were to finally resolve, there would be complications like adhesions, etc. That would impair future function, and it would be after a long time. It also might still be there, so see your dr. And get abx. ...Read more
Possibly surgery: It all depends on your age and size of tumor. I assume you mean cyst not cystitis. This could be something serious or benign, and sometimes will need surgical removal for definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
Honeymoon cystitis: This is not a term physicians often use. The idea is that a sudden start (or significant increase - usually because of a new partner) in the frequency of sexual activity can increase irritation to the bladder and increase the risk of bladder infection. ...Read more