Cystitis is the inflammation of the bladder, usually caused by a urinary tract infection (UTI). It can affect anyone of any age, but is more likely to occur in women. It can be treated with a 3-day course of antibiotics. This often is as the result of a bacterial infection in the urine.
Women who are prone to repeated episodes of cystitis should inform their GP. This service is more specifically aimed at infrequent occurences of cystitis. Men rarely suffer from cystitis; and it is safer for you to have a face to face consultation with your GP if you feel you may have a urine infection. Our doctors can prescribe cystitis treatments such as Trimethoprim or Nitrofurantoin to help eradicate your cystitis.
To read more about cystitis, it’s symptoms and treatment, read the NHS choices information page.
All prices shown on our website include the price for private prescription required to dispense this medication which will be issued by one of our UK GMC registered doctor. Medication is dispensed via our fully regulated and registered UK registered pharmacy in plain & discreet packaging to ensure privacy. To read more about this condition, it’s symptoms and treatment, please read the NHS choices information page.