Cystitis is inflammation of the bladder, more commonly referred to as a bladder infection, according to Mayo Clinic. This condition has many possible causes, the most frequent being a bacterial infection called a urinary... More »

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Although some patients experience no cystitis discomfort, many deal with painful symptoms, such as a burning sensation while urinating, pelvic pain, lower back pain or uncomfortable pressure in the abdomen, according to ... More »

The cause of interstitial cystitis of the bladder in women is unknown, as of 2015, although scientists suspect several causes exist, according to WebMD. Bladder lining defects, nerve changes, autoimmune responses, bladde... More »

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Cystitis, or bladder infection, the most common type of urinary tract infection, and urinary incontinence during and after menopause are common bladder problems women experience, according to WebMD. Women contract more b... More »

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The treatment for cystitis, also known as bladder infection or urinary tract infection, depends on the underlying cause, according to the Mayo Clinic. Cystitis caused by bacterial infections is treated with antibiotics t... More »

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A pseudomonas bladder infection is the inflammation of the muscular sac in the pelvis that stores urine, caused by the common bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa, according to WebMD. People in good health can harbor the bact... More »

Cystitis occurs in the bladder. It is an inflammation of the bladder that is usually caused by a bacterial urinary tract infection, according to Mayo Clinic. Cystitis can become a severe health problem if the infection s... More »

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