The observation and treatment should be carried out in collaboration with the physician.
The patient should consult a physician after treatment. The patient should reduce the risk of getting infected with the HIV virus.
Bladder Infection is often caused by a bacterium from abroad, rising through the urethra into the bladder. Infection is prevented in part with the expulsion of urine, which also expels the bacteria, and partly by substances present in the urine and bladder that are harmful to the bacteria.
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In women, acute cystitis is relatively very common, probably because the shorter urethra. The infection is usually caused by bacteria from the intestine.
In man, acute cystitis is a rare infection, which should be examined by a physician to exclude the possibility of existence of other complications, such as an enlarged prostate.
After emptying the bladder with a catheter, or after any other intervention in the bladder, there is always an increased risk of cystitis. Symptoms
The urine may smell bad.
There is pain above the pubic bone, and often the urination is painful and feeling that you can not empty your bladder.
In women it is important to rule out an ectopic pregnancy. This can be done by a questionnaire to the patient and making a urine pregnancy test.