to prevent cystitis is completely obvious. Sufficient, though, not excessive! Sufficient liquid helps keep cystitis, urinary tract infections and kidney infections flushed through and out. Its a normal amount satisfying kidneys and bladder health. But travelling bacteria from the anus need regular washing off; after any bowel action, before sex, after swimming.So...
The holidays are coming, which means most people are looking forward to some time off work, the chance to relax with friends and family, and the opportunity to indulge in their favourite treats. However, all of this could be ruined if you suffer from regularly occurring cystitis, and with the urinary tract infection (UTI) causing sufferers...Read more
Among the many parts of the body that change while pregnant is the urinary tract. As the womb, which is positioned on top of the bladder, continues to get bigger, it puts pressure on the bladder and can prevent urine from draining effectively. If urine is not released fully it blocks up, which can result in...Read more
If you’ve been feeling a burning or stinging sensation when you go to the loo or feel the need to go more often, it’s highly possible that you may have a urinary tract infection (UTI) known as cystitis, which is inflammation of the bladder. Unfortunately, it’s more common in women and, although it is generally more...Read more
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