Category Archives: Urinary Tract Diseases

Bladder Infection: Symptoms, Causes, Tests and Exams, Expectations (prognosis), and Possible Complications

Bladder Infection, also known as Cystitis, is a condition in which a bacterial infection causes inflammation of the bladder, and sometimes it affects kidneys as well. Bladder infections (bacterial cystitis) may be mild, and they can get cured without treatment. However, they can be persistent and produce even worst conditions if ignored. Infection can spread from the bladder… Read More »

What Is Adenomyosis? Description, Symptoms, Causes, Test and Exams, Treatments, and Expectations (Prognosis)

Adenomyosis is a thickening of the uterus. It occurs when the endometrial tissue spreads to the outer walls of the uterus. This tissue usually upholstery the womb. Description Endometrial tissue makes up the lining of the uterus. It responds to hormones and bleeds during periods. In adenomyosis, some endometrial tissue spreads inside the walls of the womb. It… Read More »

Urinary Tract Infections: Definition, Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Types, and Tips

Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs), as the name suggests, is an infection caused in the urinary tract and is known for being among the most common diseases in humans. The urinary conditions usually occur due to bacteria, which causes infection in any part of the urinary tract including, kidneys, urethra or urinary bladder. UTIs are equally prevalent in both… Read More »

Interstitial Cystitis: Definition, Symptoms, Who has it, Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment

Is a condition of the bladder, it is also known as the ‘Bladder Pain Syndrome. The exact causes of IC are still unknown. However, several theories are under discussion by the medical community. IC is believed to be a manifestation of a series of factors which include the autoimmune theory, nerve theory, and mast cell theory, etc. Cystitis… Read More »

Bacterial Cystitis: Causes, Symptoms, Signs and Tests, Prognosis, Complications, Treatment and Prevention

It is an infection of the lower part of the urinary tract, particularly the bladder, which is caused by a bacteria. The presence of symptoms differentiates cystitis from asymptomatic bacteriuria. The latter involves only the presence of bacteria in urine analysis, but without any discomfort of any kind, and therefore does not require treatment except in specific cases.… Read More »