The term ‘cystitis’ refers to inflammation of the urinary bladder. The recurrence of cystitis may in some cases, be associated with kidney trouble.
- continual urge to void and a burning sensation on passing urine.
- feeling of pain in the pelvis and lower abdomen
- urine may become thick, dark and stringy and may have an unpleasant smell and may contain blood or pus.
- some pain in the lower back may also be felt in certain cases.
- In an acute stage, there may be rise in body temperature.
- In the chronic form of cystitis the symptoms are similar but generally less severe and longer lasting, and without a fever.
- Cystitis may result from infection in other parts connected with or adjacent to the bladder such as the kidneys, the urethra the vagina, or the prostate gland.
- There may be local irritation and inflammation in the bladder if urine is retained there for an unduly long time. Cystitis may also results from acute constipation.
- Other conditions like an infected kidney, stones in the kidneys or bladder, or an enlarged prostate may also lead to this disorder.
- Cucumber juice
- Radish Leaves
- Sandalwood Oil
- Chandanbala laxadi oil
- Chandraprabha Bati