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Cystitis

Cystitis, usually caused by a urinary tract infection (UTI), is commonly seen in women of all ages. In the majority of cases it is uncomplicated and can be treated with a simple short course of antibiotic offered via our Click Doctor service.

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Trimethoprim 200mg
From £19.99
  • Ideal treatment for some with cystitis (UTIs)
  • Works in only 3 days
  • Safe in breastfeeding women
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Macrobid (Nitrofurantoin 100mg)
From £24.99
  • First line treatment for cystitis (UTIs)
  • Works in only 3 days
  • Safe in pregnancy & breastfeeding women
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CanesOasis Cystitis Relief
From £8.99
  • Relieves UTI burning pain 
  • Contains sodium citrate
  • Makes urine less acidic in hours
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Cystocalm Granules Cystitis Relief
From £5.99
  • Relieves UTI burning pain 
  • Contains sodium citrate
  • Makes urine less acidic in hours
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Cystopurin Cranberry Cystitis Relief
From £8.99
  • Relieves UTI burning pain 
  • Contains potassium citrate
  • Makes urine less acidic in hours
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Cranmed Forte for Cystitis Relief
From £18.49
  • Prevents recurrent cystitis
  • Antibiotic-free
  • One day formula with cranberry
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Cystitis is the inflammation of the bladder, which is commonly caused by a bacterial infection. In whole, this leads to a urinary tract infection, otherwise sometimes referred to as a water infection.
Cystitis from a UTI typically causes an urge to pass urine, increased frequency in passing urine, burning sensation when urinating and/ or dark, cloudy and smelly urine. You may also experience a high temperature (fever), discomfort in the lower tummy and blood in the urine.
Cystitis is typically occurs by bacteria on the skin or bowel that get into your bladder or urethra (tube that carries urine out of your body). This is more common in women since their urethra is shorter than that of men, its opening is near the anus and so they are at a higher risk of coming in contact with bacteria.

Risk factors include sexual intercourse, wiping from back to front after using the toilet, inserting tampon or using diaphragm contraception.
The first choice antibiotic in women is called nitrofurantoin (MacroBID), which can be prescribed through our Click Doctor service. This clears the most common bacteria known to cause a UTI.

In addition, our Click Doctors recommend drinking lots of water, refraining from sexual intercourse during this time and using over the counter pain relief for the burning pain on passing urine or tummy discomfort.

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