A closer look to the bladder pain
The bladder is one of the vital organs and it plays the important role in the process of expelling the excessive fluid from the organism. It is of the membranous structure in the form of a sac, and there are many conditions of the bladder that can provoke the pain of it.
One of the most common diseases is the apparition of the cyst in the intestines and it is manifested as the pain which extends to all the area of the pelvis. Besides the pain, as the most prominent symptom of this disorder, there is also somewhat increased sensitivity in the bladder, the irritation and the stress on it, especially, when it is not empty (and that is why the pain tends to be greater during the periods in the female individuals), and the more frequent urge for urination.
Nevertheless, the pain of the bladder is also commonly accepted as the syndrome, since sometimes the exact cause of the pain when urinating remains unknown. Anyway, in the cases of the both mentioned problems, the pain can be also the indicator of the damaged wall of the bladder and the possible apparition of the ulcers on it. So, all those are the explanation why the affected individual must urinate right away after sensing the urge for it.
However, the biggest problem of this condition is to determine whether it is present or not, since the indicators of this disease are very general, and the diagnosis is most commonly reached by the system of elimination. It could be said that the men additionally suffer from the inflammation of the prostate and women from the malignant tumor of the bladder or some infectious process of the urinary tract. Of course, the examination of the urine is necessary, either done by the clean catch technique, or by the help of the catheter. The points of interest are the bacteria, erythrocytes and leucocytes, and if the test positively appoints to the infection, it could be treated by the medications that annihilate bacteria.
Dealing with the inflammation and pain
So, apart from the antibiotics, the therapy is in the most cases focused on lessening the troubles that follow the intestinal cystitis. If the medications fail to help, the extension of the bladder must be performed, which directly affects the pain receptors of this organ. Another effective technique, as far as the lessening the pain and the inflammation is concerned, is the internal irrigation of the bladder. That is done by administering the fluid called dimethyl sulfoxide through the special tube, and this process should be performed at least six times (once weekly).