Cystitis (noun)

  1. A medical condition characterized by inflammation of the bladder, often caused by a bacterial infection.
  2. It is an infection or inflammation of the urinary bladder.


From the greek κύστις (kýstis, "bladder") and -itis, meaning inflammation of the bladder.


  1. Cystitis is a common condition, especially in women.
  2. Symptoms of cystitis include a frequent urge to urinate and a burning sensation when urinating.
  3. Cystitis can be treated with antibiotics and pain relievers.
  4. Drinking plenty of water can help prevent cystitis.
  5. Cystitis is a common but uncomfortable condition that affects many people every year.
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