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Frequent urination at night, no pain. Urine analysis shows cystitis, RBCs, pus cells. Treatment?

please doctor i was complainning of frequent urination especially in night since one year but no any painful sensation during the urination i made blood tests for sugar , urea and creatinine the all was normal and 3 weaks i went to doctor and i did urine analysis and ultrasound showing cystitis and RBCs 7-10 HPF and pus cells 15-20 HPF and i took antibiotic for 10 days and now i repeat the urine test again it show the same , so can i ask that is meaning became chronic cystitis and hardly to treated, thank you .
Asked On : Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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thanks for the query

The term cystitis actually means an inflammation of the bladder .

The causes could be
Infection from intestinal bacteria is by far the most frequent cause of cystitis, especially in women.
Normally, urine is sterile (there are no micro-organisms such as bacteria present).
Congenital deformity in the urinary system

Men with an enlarged prostate

poor Toilet hygiene in women

People with a catheter

Symptoms are
Burning sensations or pain during urination.
Frequent urination.
Cloudy and foul-smelling urine.
Pain directly above the pubic bone
Occasionally blood may be visible in the urine
Try the following to prevent further episodes

drink sufficiently, so the bladder is flushed thoroughly.

During urination the bladder should be emptied completely

drink cranberry juice every day or take capsules.

Recurrent cystitis is a bladder infection that occurs at least twice in 6 months, or three times in a year.

treatment options for recurring cystitis

Antibiotics are usually needed for the treatment of bouts of recurrent cystitis.

urine test and urine culture to see which antibiotics you should be treated with.

taking a low dose of an antibiotic regularly. One dose each night will usually reduce the number of bouts of cystitis. A six-month course of antibiotics is usually given.

hence i suggest try and find the underlying cause and treat it . if there is no obvious cause then u can take the above measures

Answered: Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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