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Monday, 7 May 2018

Do you feel like peeing but you can not? What can be happening?

If you feel like going to the bathroom constantly, you run to the bathroom to urinate and, the moment you sit on the toilet, you can not make or eliminate a very small amount of fluid, it can be a symptom of cystitis.

Cystitis is the name given to the infection and/or inflammation of the bladder. Most of the time it is caused by bacteria that live in our body, particularly in the region of the intestine. When irritated, the bladder can give the false impression of needing to urinate.

Burning when urinating, pain in the abdominal area and, sometimes, bleeding and fever, are also other symptoms that indicate cystitis. The disease is considered common, of little severity and can be treated easily. However, the picture may evolve if the bacteria extends to the upper floors of the urinary system, such as the kidneys.

Consult a gynecologist is essential to know if your discomfort is a symptom of cystitis and, through tests, decide what are the best treatments for the problem according to your condition.


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