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Question: Dear doctor,

I am a male aged 46yrs. I have a problems as below, Hope doctor you can help me.

I have "Cystitis" problem recently, after i have done IVU, scoping. The urologist is a heavy infection and inflame bladder infection. He put in in injection of antibiotics after all the antibiotic don't seem to work. After 2 injection, the blood clot stops. Urine is back to normal.

Is this cranberry capsule helps, after i have done with the injection of antibiotics, just to prevent the recurrence of the infection.

Please help.

Thanks.

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replied August 17th, 2007
Urinary and Bladder Disorders Answer A3173
Bladder infection (cystitis) can occur as a complication after endoscopic cystoscopy. Microbiological analyses are requested to identify the provoker and to test its sensitivity to various antibiotics (antibiogram). You didn’t tell me why you have done cystoscopy, which bacterium was isolated from the urine, which antibiotic you used and did you made control microbiological examination after the antibiotic treatment was finished. If you don’t have some other urinary tract disorders prevention of another urinary tract infection (UTI) is not necessary. But if you have some urinary tract disorder that makes you susceptible to UTI you can use some prevention.


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