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You can buy antibiotics for cystitis treatment online without a prescription with our online doctor service. Cystitis is an irritating condition that can cause a painful stinging sensation upon urination. This often is as the result of a bacterial infection in the urine.
Women who are prone to repeated episodes of cystitis should inform their GP. This service is more specifically aimed at infrequent occurences of cystitis. Men rarely suffer from cystitis; and it is safer for you to have a face to face consultation with your GP if you feel you may have a urine infection. Our doctors can prescribe cystitis treatments such as Trimethoprim or Nitrofurantoin to help eradicate your cystitis.
Once you have completed the online doctor consultation, our doctor will review your assessment and prescribe the selected medication if it is safe. Our pharmacy will then dispense and dispatch your prescription to your door.
To read more about cystitis, it's symptoms and treatment, read the NHS choices information page.
Causes of Cystitis Cystitis is usually caused by a bacterial infection. It is thought to occur when bacteria that live harmlessly in the bowel or on the skin find their way into the bladder through the urethra, and begin to multiply. Cystitis is much more common in women than men, and although it's not known why exactly, it's thought that the urethra being much shorter may be a factor. While it may not be obvious how you caught cystitis, it can be caused by:
- Having Sex
- Wiping your bottom after going to the toilet – particularly if you wipe from back to front
- Inserting a tampon or urinary catheter (a thin tube inserted into the urethra to drain the bladder)
and although generally not serious
Symptoms Of Cystitis The main symptoms of cystitis are:
- pain, burning or stinging on urination
- more frequent need to urinate, or feeling you need to urinate
- urine can be dark, cloudy or strong smelling
- pain and discomfort low down in your tummy
can cause irritation and discomfort. Mild cases of cystitis generally disappear without treatment after a few days