Cystitis - Risk of Recurrence

The main problem of cystitis remains it's recurrence. To reduce the risk, drink water in abundance (at least one and a half liters per 24 hours), be sure to urinate after intercourse.

Warning: Avoid frequent douching and intimate washing. Repeated too often will destroy your natural flora. After all urination, you wipe from front to back and not vice versa. This simple gesture avoids reducing intestinal germs in the vulva and reinfecting you. Avoid certain foods and beverages that are suspected to promote crises: spices, wines and spirits, including beer. Your doctor can prescribe a minimum assessment, with radiological examinations. It may also prescribe medications (urinary antiseptic) to be taken at regular intervals or after sex.

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