What causes Bladder Inflammation?

Most commonly, inflammation of the bladder can be caused by bacterial infection, but less often by radiation or inflammation of a nearby pelvic organ. Interstitial cystitis is a rarer cause. There many bladder inflammation causes and several risk factors that can lead to bladder inflammation.

  • Incorrect cleaning of bowel movements (wiping the back to the fore).
  • Chronic diseases like diabetes and immunodeficiency are two examples.
  • Pregnancy: Urinary tract infections can be caused by hormonal changes during pregnancy and post-natal periods.
  • Frequent sexual interaction: It can make it easier to allow germs into the urethra. This is also called honeymoon cystitis.
  • Residual urine (also known as residual urine): This is urine that remains in the bladder after urination. This allows bacteria to multiply more easily. This could be due to a number of factors, including enlarged prostate glands in men or urinary stones.
  • Contraception can be achieved by using spermicides and/or diaphragms.
  • A permanent catheter placed in the bladder that irritates the bladder wall.
  • Some medications can cause urinary tract infections.
  • Hormonal changes after menopause increase the likelihood of bladder infections.
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