Talk to a Doctor About Cystitis
If your cystitis hasn’t cleared up of it’s own accord, you should see a GP. The usual treatment involves a course of antibiotics, which should start to work within a day or two.
However, if you’re getting repeated episodes of cystitis, you may be prescribed a longer course of antibiotics, which you’ll take for a few months.
There’s a number of ways to prevent cystitis from re-occurring, including using plain, unperfumed cleaning products, making sure you go to the toilet frequently and drinking plenty of water.
If you’re having repeated bouts of cystitis, or your symptoms aren’t getting any better after a week, don’t delay - speak to a GP today.
Our doctors can talk through your symptoms, diagnose the likely cause of your cystitis and if needed, prescribe the necessary medication to clear up the infection.