10 Causes of Dysuria

Cause #2: Cystitis

Cystitis is an inflammatory condition that affects the bladder. Cystitis is most often caused by a urinary tract infection, which occurs when bacteria invade the bladder or the urethra. Once inside the body, these bacteria begin to multiply.

The immune system initiates an inflammatory response to make it more difficult for the bacteria to proliferate. When inflammation occurs, the bladder becomes irritated, red, and swollen. Consequently, one of the most common symptoms associated with cystitis is painful urination.

Causes Of Dysuria

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