Magazine 15 June 2021

Complications of Cystitis: Chronic Cystitis


  1. What is chronic cystitis
  2. Causes of chronic cystitis
  3. How to treat chronic cystitis
  4. How to prevent chronic cystitis


Hello Friend,

“It was 2015, a day like any other, at least that’s how it seemed to me.
It’s been five years, and yet I’m still here, suffering.

Since that damn day, my life has become a TV drama series: chronic cystitis is the director who writes the episodes and I’m the actress forced to follow her scripts.” ๐Ÿคฆโ™€๏ธ

This, is what the thousands of women who are being manipulated by chronic cystitis and who have long felt compelled to play a part feel.

“I don’t know what to do, I don’t know what to get anymore, and I’m desperate.๐Ÿ˜Ÿ

The burning persists, the heavy feeling in my bladder often keeps me from sleeping, and by now I’m so distressed, I’ve already learned the script for the next episode, ready to be aired, once again.”


What is chronic cystitis

“Chronic cystitis doesn’t allow me to improvise and doesn’t leave me much room to think clearly.”

I find myself in difficulty because I am faced with your suffering.

I promise, though, that I will work hard to give you all the support you deserve and provide you with lots of information that could help you get a new script. โค๏ธ

If you have questions, you can still write to me!

We’re leaving๐Ÿ’ช

Chronic cystitis, in particular, is a type of cystitis of infectious origin that persists over time and depends on bacteria in the bladder or past bacterial cystitis.

Chronic cystitis can be characterized by:

  • A continuous proliferation of bacteria, which leads to the frequent occurrence of cystitis episodes. Recurrences are constant and may increase.
  • The bladder has a persistent inflammatory state (with no bacteria present), but results from severe bacterial cystitis that has not been properly treated.


Causes of chronic cystitis

“Why does the cystitis keep hitting me, though? I don’t understand.”

Cystitis is, alas, a predominantly female condition.
And that doesn’t reassure you I know, unfortunately, but we can and should still take action. ๐ŸŒน

Some causes that allow chronic cystitis to run your “personal TV show,” can be:

– Antibiotics
The improper use of antibiotics for long periods โš ๏ธ could lead to bacteria becoming insensitive to the very action of the antibiotic, thus facilitating their proliferation and leaving them free to attack your bladder.

– Power supply
Poor eating habits ๐Ÿฝ๏ธ could lead to more irritation of the bladder, fostering a comfortable environment for bacteria or inflammation and, as a result, increasing symptoms.

– Low Hydration
Drinking too little fluid can promote bacterial colonies: urine becomes concentrated and dense, increasing the chances of irritating bladder walls and allowing bacteria to proliferate. ๐Ÿ‘ˆ

– Behavioral habits
Holding back urine for too long, frequent sexual intercourse without or with poor lubrication, use of aggressive detergents, “superficial” intimate hygiene are all factors that together can allow chronic cystitis to be a self-proclaimed director!๐ŸŽฌ

– Conformation of the female urinary apparatus and malformations
The female urethra (a channel that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the body) is shorter than the male urethra. It is located near the rectum and vagina, facilitating a greater chance for bacteria to accumulate and rise. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

If you are predisposed to encounter this condition and do not take the right steps, the chances of developing frequent cystitis, increase.

“Maybe, I find myself in a few places.”


How to treat chronic cystitis

What should I do then? ๐Ÿ™†

As we mentioned earlier, bacteria build up resistance to antibiotics.
You kill them, but then they come back constantly with multiple episodes per week, per month, and year.

To help you become the new director of your life ๐Ÿฅฐ, I can recommend you to:

  • Investigate the causes and the factors for this continued bacterial growth or bladder inflammation with your doctor.
    When cystitis occurs frequently, it is very important to consult your doctor and not treat yourself (so as not to make your situation worse). Imagine it as your choreographer choosing the right settings and environments for the shoot.
  • Coat the inside of the bladder.
    The protective layer of the bladder is composed of substances called glycosaminoglycans, which protect the bladder and limit the ability of bacteria to attach to its walls ๐Ÿง. I can suggest to you the formulation of Dimann Daily which, thanks to its ingredients such as Hyaluronic Acid, Chondroitin, Glucosamine and MSM compound, helps to strengthen the bladder, repair the damage caused by bacteria and recreate the internal protective layer.
  • Make long-term treatments based on Pure D-mannose.๐Ÿ’Š
    Pure D-mannose is the simple sugar that latches onto bacteria and allows you to excrete them with your urine, without creating bacterial resistance! Be consistent and patient to become the undisputed star again!
  • Don’t persevere with the antibiotic of your own volition, as this could create bacterial resistance and damage your intestinal and vaginal flora, killing even the “good” bacteria.


How to prevent chronic cystitis

“What can I do to prevent further recurrences?”

I’ll quickly list the main tricks I strongly suggest you follow that could lead to a happy ending to the season:

  1. Take antibiotics only as prescribed by your doctor, for short periods and with the indicated doses. Take them after you’ve had your urine culture. That way, your doctor will go and choose the most appropriate one for you.๐Ÿ‘
  2. Following a diet rich in fibre and vitamins helps to decrease symptoms. If you can, give up some of the sins of gluttony, such as chocolate and overly sugary desserts. Avoid spicy foods, sausages, and fried food and limit the consumption of meat and cheeses that are too fatty. Whole grain bread, broadleaf vegetables, spinach, cooked fruits๐Ÿ and fiber-rich foods will help you regularize the bowel.
  3. Moisturize constantly throughout the day. It helps to de-flam the urinary tract and keeps the bladder clean. Put an “X” on carbonated, caffeinated drinks and alcohol.
  4. Take Dimann Flor probiotics, to rebalance the intestinal and vaginal ecosystem, feeding the good bacteria. Protect, in addition, the bladder with Dimann Daily. ๐ŸŒบ
  5. Try to avoid sports or movements that may alter the normal condition of your pelvic floor.
  6. Pay special attention to your intimate hygiene (you can click on the underlined word to learn more about this).

Don’t let chronic cystitis decide how you will live your life!


If you’d like some help writing your next season of the series, contact me here. ๐Ÿ˜˜

It will be a real honor!

A virtual hug!


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