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Urogenital systemInterstitial Cystitis

Interstitial cystitis is a urinary bladder disease of unknown cause. It can affect man and women of all cultures, socioeconomic backgrounds and ages. It is not a rare condition; however, it is more common in females than in males.

The indications include:

• Frequent, painful urination.

• Feeling of urgency to urinate.

• Pain while having sexual intercourse.

• Pain in bladder area, pelvic region, perineum or pubic area.

• Pain and pressure that increases as the bladder fills and are relieved by urination.

• Swelling in bladder.

• Pain in penis or scrotum (for males).

• The pain increases during menstruation (for females).

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