The intestinal stick, entering the urethra from the rectum, settles in the bladder, causing inflammation of its mucosa. Cystitis - this is inflammation of the bladder, a violation of its functions. This disease is more likely to affect women (due to the peculiarities of the anatomical structure of the urethra). If the membranes of the bladder are damaged, then cystitis with blood is formed. Blood is released at the end of urination with acute cystitis. But it happens that all urine is colored in the color of blood throughout the acute period of this disease. This cystitis is called hemorrhagic. This is its separate form. The cause may be viral infections or poisoning with chemicals. Cystitis with blood can cause the drug "Cyclophosphamide".
Severe pain with hemorrhagic form of this disease does not always occur.
Quite often, blood cystitis occurs in children, because they are mostly sick with viral infections. If in adulthood such a disease is more common in women, in childhood cystitis is sick boys, girls are much less likely.
Blood in the urine with cystitis does not mean that there is a hemorrhagic form, because the usual cystitis can also be accompanied by the release of droplets of blood at the end of urination. First, the temperature rises sharply, regular urination to the toilet occurs, urination becomes very painful. Hemorrhagic cystitis with blood appears due to damage to the membranes of the bladder, and it is here that there is a large number of nerve endings, which, with the slightest irritation, cause pain.
Blood can be released in a large amount, which leads to thrombosis of the canal. This further complicates the process of urination.
If you compare hemorrhagic cystitis with the usual, it lasts longer (more than a week), but after this period the painful manifestations of the disease disappear.
If you find cystitis with blood, treatment will be needed immediately! Urgent diagnostics and competent appointment of preparations are necessary. Do not delay the visit to a specialist!
The treatment is quite simple, but it must be timely, otherwise you risk losing a lot of blood. Other complications may develop on the background of the disease.
Treatment depends on the form of the disease and on the features of its course. With infectious cystitis, antibiotics are prescribed. There are special drugs that compensate for the toxic reaction to the funds "Cyclophosphan" or "Goloksan." The patient is placed a urinary catheter because of the danger of blood clotting of the urethra. Sometimes a patient is given droppers.
There are several forms of cystitis - infectious, interstitial (violation of the nervous bladder trophism), and also non-infectious (reaction to chemotherapy). If the inflammatory process is localized in the neck of the bladder, then this disease is called cervical cystitis.