Certain antibiotics are recommended in the treatment of cystitis.⁹ Resistance may develop over time to these antibiotics. Antibiotic resistance rates are high in Turkey. (TR antibiotic resistance study)
When antibiotics are not used properly, the bacteria in the body learn to fight the antibiotic and win this battle. Therefore, that antibiotic becomes ineffective for these bacteria. This means that, that bacterium becomes resistant to that antibiotic.
All antibiotics have side effects. Many of the antibiotics used for cystitis have common side effects such as nausea and diarrhea. (by reference) They can also disrupt the genital and intestinal normal flora in the body. Because while antibiotics kill harmful bacteria in our body, they actually harm our beneficial bacteria. This weakens our body's protective shield. This means that bacteria that do not normally cause disease become open to different infections as this defense system disappears.
Yes, there is a possibility that you may have cystitis again. One in two women has a recurrent urinary tract infection1. to protect yourself, see: recommendations for protection against cystitis
E.coli is usually transmitted in a way known as asendan. Asendan transmission can be defined as the multiplication of bacteria that normally live in the intestine by entering the urethra through which urine is excreted from the body and settling in the bladder.
There are no reported or known side effects of Cystoliberin.
Since the licensed status of Cystoliberin in Turkey is not a drug, no pregnancy category has been defined. In countries where it is licensed as a medicine abroad, the pregnancy category is C. Because it is a new product, there are no studies that have been conducted in pregnant women yet. It can be recommended depending on the experience and foresight of the physician.
A recurrent urinary tract infection is a condition that requires examination by a specialist physician. If you experience cystitis more than 3 times a year or more than 2 times in 6 months, please share this condition with your doctor. (the table can be inserted.) Recurrent urinary tract infections can have many underlying causes. Some of them are as follows: congenital anatomical difference, low fluid consumption, vaginal infections, obesity, diabetes, spermicide, methods of protection such as diaphragm or condom
Not every sexual intercourse causes cystitis, but it is a risk factor for cystitis.¹ Rectal opening ( opening through which feces are excreted from the body ) and urethral opening (opening through which urine is excreted from the body) bacteria that live in the intestine during sexual intercourse due to their anatomical proximity to each other and cause cystitis can climb through the urethral opening and cause inflammation of the bladder. ¹
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