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Drinking to Relieve Cystitis

Drinking to Relieve Cystitis

Saturday, May 23, 2009 14:51

Cystitis sufferers need to ensure an adequate liquid intake at all times, as well as drinking large volumes during an attack. Our minimal requirement is 1.5 litre( about 3 pints) per 24 hours, which is sufficient to replace fluids lost in urine, motions, perspiration and breath moisture under ...

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Prevent Cystitis Attacks

Prevent Cystitis Attacks

Tuesday, May 19, 2009 15:20

If your life is currently a misery because of attack after attack of cystitis, none of which seems to respond satisfactorily to medical cystitis treatment, you may feel it quite beyond your power to alter the situation. Rather than resigning yourself, though to a future centring upon ...

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Cystitis Treatment

Cystitis Treatment

Tuesday, May 19, 2009 14:39

Do bear in mind, that common disorders have common causes. Infections of the urinary tract are the second most common infection to be seen by doctors. Very few cases of cystitis turn out to be due to tumours, and not many considering the number of cases seen yearly ...

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Cystitis

Cystitis

Tuesday, May 19, 2009 10:28

Your doctor will want to look at your problem carefully; in first place to establish that the disorder is cystitis, and not something else producing similar symptoms. Infections of the cervix and vagina, for example, can mimic cystitis and urethritis, and cause pain on passing urine, but they ...

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Cystitis Symptoms

Cystitis Symptoms

Sunday, May 17, 2009 14:44

In the case of the bladder, the inflamed, tender lining is in constant contact with urine, which is usually acidic, and sometimes highly so. The urethral lining is usually the first to become inflamed, and as it is continuous with the lining of the bladder, inflammation sometimes ...

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