what is cystis
Cystitis, which means inflammation of the urinary tract, is one of the most common diseases of the urinary tract and reproductive system.
. Cystitis, which is much more common in women, is diagnosed by at least 20 percent of women at least once in their lifetime. If not treated in time, cystitis, a disease that can spread to affect the kidneys, can cause permanent damage to the bladder and kidneys.
Cystitis is treated with antibiotics. Before starting the treatment, a sample should be taken for urine culture and antibiogram, effective antibiotics should be used in urinary tract infections until the results are obtained, these drugs should be changed if necessary according to the results of the antibiogram. Treatment may be prolonged in chronic infections.