Will Cystitis Patients Have Itch?

Date:2022-07-30 click:0
Cystitis is a relatively common disease in urology, especially among women who often suffer from acute cystitis. The main clinical symptoms of cystitis are frequent urination, urgency, dysuria, and abdominal pain. Generally, there is no itching. However, cystitis often co-occurs as urethritis, not just cystitis, accompanied by urethritis and cystitis.

Men have a kind of urethritis and cystitis, which is caused by mycoplasma and chlamydia. Urethritis and cystitis caused by mycoplasma and chlamydia will have clinical manifestations of urethral itching.
The bladder does not itch after cystitis, but the skin of the perineum may itch. There is no feeling in the bladder mucosa, so it does not itch. When cystitis occurs, the bladder mucosa will have congestion and edema, which will cause the muscle layer to contract and cause pain in the bladder area. Cystitis can also occur with a perineal infection, in which case the skin of the perineum may itch.
In addition, urethritis secretions can also irritate the skin of the perineum, causing local itching. It is recommended to drink plenty of water, urinate frequently, take broad-spectrum antibiotics early, and clean the perineal urethra after cystitis occurs.
When cystitis patients are itchy, they should not worry too much. First of all, they need to maintain a good attitude. According to the survey, excessive anxiety may also aggravate the symptoms of the disease. At this time, they should adjust their attitude. If the symptoms are relatively minor, they need to pay more attention to cleaning and increase the frequency of cleaning. Patients can shower every day before bed and change their underwear frequently to avoid E. coli contamination.
Patients should not use scented shower gels when performing topical cleaning. The skin at the bladder is relatively irritating, and chemical irritation needs to be reduced. Cleaning should be performed before and after sexual intercourse, especially for those with multiple sexual partners or who have just changed their sexual partners. More attention needs to be paid to cleaning, and paying attention to local hygiene will be of great help in relieving cystitis itching.
If the patient's condition is more serious, the most fundamental treatment method is to treat cystitis. There are many types of this disease, and the specific method for treatment still needs to be selected according to your specific situation. For most patients with cystitis, the infection is controlled, and antibiotics are used appropriately. Surgery may sometimes be recommended for treatment.
The treatment of cystitis requires the selection of sensitive anti-inflammatory drugs against pathogens. Such as acute bacterial cystitis, the pathogenic bacteria are mostly Escherichia coli, which is more sensitive to quinolone antibiotics and can be treated with levofloxacin as an anti-inflammatory, usually taking three days of oral therapy.
For chronic bacterial cystitis, the anti-inflammatory course of treatment requires more than two weeks. It is recommended to do mid-segment urine bacterial culture + drug susceptibility before taking medicine to identify the pathogenic bacteria and select sensitive antibiotics for anti-inflammatory treatment. The drug can be discontinued if both cultures are negative.
Patients can also take Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory pill, which can effectively improve the symptoms of frequent urination and urgency, relieve pain and discomfort in the lower abdomen and perineum, and effectively kill various pathogenic bacteria and eliminate inflammation. It also does not develop drug resistance, and patients can use it confidently during treatment.
For patients with mild cystitis, natural remedies such as practicing qigong and Taijiquan can be used to prevent and treat cystitis to enhance the body's disease resistance.
In daily life, patients should not hold back urine, drink more water, avoid getting angry, pay attention to personal hygiene, and change and wash underwear frequently. For patients with severe cystitis, we must pay attention and take medication as soon as possible.
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