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    Interstitial cystitis What is interstitial cystitis? Interstitial cystitis is a medical condition characterized by pain and discomfort in the region of the bladder. These features are usually associated with urinary tract symptoms such as urinary frequency (polyuria), burning on urination (dysuria), and urgency. The diagnostic criteria require that symptoms be present for more than six weeks in the absence of other causes. Interstitial cystitis is typically diagnosed around age 40 or later and is more common in women compared to men. Patients with the disease tend to have coexisting pain syndromes such as fibromyalgia or irritable bowel syndrome. Individuals often suffer from decreased quality of life. Due to the importance of this condition,…

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    personality disorder. It seemed that there was no improvement in the claimant’s condition. A Pap smear (Papanicolaou test) smear involves collecting cells from the cervix (the lower, narrow end of the uterus that is at the top of the vagina) in order to detect changes in the cervical cells that suggest cancer may develop in the future. Urethrotrigonitis is an inflammation of the tubular passage through which urine is discharged from the bladder to the exterior of the body (urethra) and…

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    Cystitis Research Paper

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    Cystitis is the inflammation of the bladder; generally the inflammation is caused by a bacterial infection known as a urinary tract infection or a UTI. A bladder infection can cause many problems and can eventually spread to the kidneys causing severe pain depending on the severity of the bacterial infection. The most common bacteria that is responsible for cystitis is, Escherichia coli (E. coli). Pyelonephritis is an example, cystitis and pyelonephritis share many similarities the difference…

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    DRINK LOTS OF WATER One of the best ways to prevent honeymoon cystitis is to drink lots of water. The slightest level of dehydration can make you more prone to honeymoon cystitis. Maintaining fluid levels steady in your body and ensuring you are urinating at regular intervals will help you less likely to catch honeymoon cystitis. You require at least 64 ounces of water daily. You require more if you consume caffeinated drinks or if you sweat more. 2. URINATE BEFORE AND AFTER It helps you keep…

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    In fact, they often go hand in hand. My doctor explained to me that people with Interstitial Cystitis, or IC, have a bladder problem where the lining of the bladder is thin. Depending on the acidity of the urine, the individual can experience abdominal and urinary pain, as well as increased urinary frequency because of this. Basically, I just reduced the amount of acidic foods I eat. Some examples include citrus, tomato, and sweeteners and sugars. If I want to eat something more acidic, like…

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    Uti Essay

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    and hospital based settings. It is estimated that 150 million UTIs occur yearly world-wide, accounting for $6 billion US in health care expenditures. The infection is more common in adults compared to children, but infection among young girls and adult’s women is much higher than men. About 40% of women and 12% men will have UTI in their life time. As mentioned above the most common cause of a urinary tract infection is E. coli commonly found in the gut and It is usually spread to the urethra…

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    been the focus of interest owing to their beneficial effects in preventing Urinary Tract Infections (UTI). Cranberry juice has been used to treat UTI by natives of North America since 1683 (Dan et al, 2004). American Indians used the berries to treat kidney and bladder ailments, calm nerves and draw poison from arrow wounds. American mariners and whalers consumed cranberries to deter scurvy while on voyages in high seas (Yu, 2011). The term Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) in medicine refers to the…

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    functions as a fat emulsifier that breaks down fats into small particles. By making the fat into smaller particles, the fat can be digested. Bile has a composition of: cholesterol, triglycerides, phospholipids, an assortment of electrolytes, water, bile salts, and bile pigments. (Bile salts are mainly cholic and chenodeoxycholic acids while bile pigment consists mostly of bilirubin.) Some accessory organs associated with the small intestine play a role in bile production, storage, and…

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    bacteria in order to get the treatment. - The treatment with Antibiotics medication could kill the Bactria better. - Make sure to finish the medication ever you have no longer had the symptoms or feel better. - Drink a lot of fluid to flush the bacteria from the system. - If the symptoms got worse need to see physician again to get treat for the different antibiotic. UTI Prognosis - Urinary tract infection can be treated with antibiotics depends on duration. - The infection could spread to the…

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    women have experienced this at some point in their lives. Men can experience UTIs too, though its much less common for them. For women, the Urethra (the orifice/tube that urine passes out from the body) is located very close to the anus, a place where bacteria often passes or breeds. Hence, women are advised to wipe from “front to back” after both urination and defecation. Causes/Risk Factors -Bacteria from the anus -Sex can introduce bacteria to the Urethra -STDs -Poor hygiene, Types of…

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