How to minimize exacerbation of chronic cystitis and pyelonephritis?

How to minimize exacerbation of chronic cystitis and pyelonephritis?

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Answer 1
January, 2021

It should be noted that cystitis does not always turn into pyelonephritis, but only when there are predisposing factors for its development, the ascending route of transmission of infection is typical for patients who have problems with urine outflow, as a result of stagnation, congenital anomalies in the development of the urinary organs, sand or stones in the bladder.

Have you already had episodes of pyelonephritis in the past?

In any case, in order to minimize the likelihood of pyelonephritis, you must first of all properly and timely cure cystitis .

At the stage of exacerbation, when the bacterial load is high, preparations containing D-mannose are very effective, in this case, at least 2 grams of D-mannose should be consumed per day, one dose of such a drug should contain not less than 1 g of D-mannose, in addition to D-mannose, effective components of such a drug will be a natural anti-inflammatory agent (morinda, aloe), an alkalizing component (potassium or sodium bicarbonate).

What is that Something D-Mannose And How Does It Work? D-mannose is a monosaccharide that is not metabolized in the body, enters the bladder in an almost unchanged form, has a high adhesion (bonding) ability with most bacteria that cause cystitis. It does not kill bacteria like antibiotics, which means that toxins do not enter the bladder, which can further increase irritation of the mucous membrane. D-mannose sticks tightly to pathogenic bacteria and carries them along with it in the urine stream. The higher the bacterial load, the more mannose should be consumed per day. Bacteria do not develop mannose resistance, which can happen with antibiotics in the long term.

In chronic cystitis, bacterial biofilms organized by the bacteria in the bladder are often the cause of recurrence. Biofilm is a conglomerate of bacteria located on the surface of the walls of the bladder (in case of urinary tract infection), which are immersed in a polymer substance produced by the bacteria themselves, which protects them from external influences (leukocytes and antibiotics), a relapse occurs when, for some reason, the biofilm is disturbed and bacteria that were previously dormant and well protected by the polysaccharide matrix are thrown into the bladder, they begin to actively multiply and build new biofilms. In the case of biofilms, you must first dissolve them, the amino acid N-acetylcysteine ​​does this well. But when a polymer substance dissolves, a very large number of bacteria enter the bladder, so the dose of D-mannose in this case should be high.

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