The difference between cystitis glandularis and interstitial cystitis via its diagnosis

Date:2018-11-30 click:0
As we all know, cystitis is a common infection of the urinary tract diseases, which is up to 50% to 70% of the total amount. It is induced by bacterial infection. Cystitis is commonly happening among women because the urinary tract of women is shorter than men and adjacent to anus. The most typical symptoms of cystitis are frequent urination, urgent urination, painful urination, and even urge incontinence. 
Generally speaking, cystitis glandularis and interstitial cystitis belong to different types of cystitis. Both patients are more likely to be female and have to experience pain. But what are the difference between cystitis glandularis and interstitial cystitis via its diagnosis?
Through cystoscope, bladder mucosa edema and proliferation of adenoid structure occur in the cystitis glandularis. Besides, inflammatory cell infiltration can also be noticed. Cystitis glandularis is usually caused by chronic or continuing irritation of the bladder, for example, in paraplegic individuals with nonfunctioning bladders; patients who have been catheterized for a long time; persistent or repeated urinary tract infections; bladder stones; bladder exstrophy, a congenital condition in which part of the bladder is outside the body; or a neurogenic bladder, interference with nerve impulses that control urination.
While interstitial cystitis is a mucosal hyperplastic lesions disease. Under the cystoscope, there are transparent lumps like rice showing on the lesion part. What’s more, we can find the capacity of bladder decreased. That is interstitial cystitis. On the bottom of bladder and triangle area, there is blood under mucosa. It is not easy to be found by the prior examination. It can only be found when the bladder is full. In additional, we can also see the villiform congestion on the top of bladder, of which the scale is up to a radius of 1~1.5cm and the middle part appears yellow. 
As for the symptoms, cystitis glandularis patients usually can experience recurrent urgency and frequency, painful urination and discomfort feelings on the lower abdomen. On the contrary, for interstitial cystitis, there is an evident pain in the upper part of pubis. Sometimes, they can also have pain in the urinary tract and perineum. The symptoms would be relieved after urination. Blood urination would appear occasionally.
However, whether it is cystitis glandularis or interstitial cystitis, herbal medicine named diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill can treat them both effectively. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill has the function of improving the function of the whole body, which also is proved by thousands of clinical tests over years and the SIPO. In Diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill, materials such as polygonum aviculare, dianthus superbus, talc and plantago can clear heat and promote diuresis. Houttuynia can clear toxic materials. Safflower is able to promote blood circulation. There are also various pure herbs which can help patients to improve physical conditioning in the medicine.