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As of 2015, the medications doctors use to treat an inflamed bladder are pentosan polysulfate and dimethyl sulfoxide, according to University of California Los Angeles Urology. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has a... More »

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Treatment options for an inflamed bladder include bladder instillation, bladder distention, surgery and nerve stimulation, according to WebMD. Medications are also used to help treat the condition. More »

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Conditions such as bladder cancer or urinary tract infections can sometimes cause bladder pain, according to WebMD. Another common cause of bladder pain is interstitial cystitis. More »

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