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Treatments For Cystitis Cystica
Treat if symptomatic: Cystitis cystica is commonly associated with recurrent utis in children who need to be on long term antibiotic prophylaxis to control or prevent utis. Diagnosed by cystoscopic examination & frequently an incidental finding in adults. Dose not require tretment if subject is devoid of bladder symptoms &/or does not suffer from multiple utis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Can recurrent urinary obstruction of "cystitis cystica glandularis" be treated with "cortisone"? Is there another known methods for treatment of cceg?
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
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
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If I can't cure "cystitis cystica glandularis" in my bladder and ureter 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
On Macrobid 100mg bid x 30 days for chronic cystitis cystica. Just completed Nystatin cream x 10 days. Into my 12th day now if Macrobid. Can I stop and restart next week as family wedding soon.?
There are many: Pain from interstitial cystitis can improve with a lot of treatments. Hydrodistension and bladder instillations can help. Medications like Elmiron (pentosan) and antihistamines may work. Medications for neuropathic pain like Amitriptyline and Gabapentin are often effective. While not fda approved for pain, sacralneuromodulation (interstim) works well for some people. Discuss options with your doctor. ...Read more
Multimodal.: Therapy is typically multi-modal, including the use of a bladder coating agent (cystistat (sodium hyaluronate) and uracyst (chondroitin)), an antihistamine, and a low dose antidepressant (amitriptyline) to fight neurogenic inflammation. Use of pentosan polysulfate or heparin, sodium hyaluronate, Lidocaine and sodium bicarbonate, stops flare-ups. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
There are many: Interstitial cystitis can improve with a lot of treatments. Hydrodistension & bladder instillations can help. Medications like elmiron, (pentosan) bladder antispasmotics & antihistamines may work. Medications for neuropathic pain like Amitriptyline and Gabapentin are often effective. While not fda approved for ic, sacralneuromodulation (interstim) works well for some people. Discuss options with your doctor. ...Read more
Varied: Physical therapy with pelvic floor relaxation offers improvement for some patients. You need to find a therapist with experience to truly get benefit. Some patients claim improvement with avoiding artificial sweetners, acidic foods-orange juice, lemons, and spicy foods. Every patient is a little different. Look up the irritable bowel diet recs and there is overlap with inter. Cystitis diets. ...Read more
No: Patients can be in remission for several weeks and months at a time, especially if you avoid the triggers as you stated. ...Read more
All of following: Avoid acid urine producing beverages and foods ie oj, tomato sauce etc. Try prelief or Tums to alkalinize urine. Elavil at night takes 2-3 weeks to be effective. Anticholinergic ie oxybutinin to reduce overactive bladder symptoms. Elmiron (pentosan) x# daily for bladder lining protection. Pain meds as required. Cystoscopic bladder hydrodistension, DMSO coctail instillations may help. Urologist with ic interest. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, antibiotics: Used for treatment of UTI do not block the effectiveness of birth control pills. ...Read more
UTI: Cystitis is an infetcion of the bladder. It should not give you vaginal bleeding. Typical antibiotics for UTI does not cause abnormal bleeding unless you have an underlying platalet disease or other condition that would predispose you to bleed while taking certain antibiotics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer