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Cystitis is an inflammation of the urinary bladder with an infection of the mucous membranes and in severe cases also the bladder walls. In most cases reason for the infection are ascending gram-negative, rod-shaped bacteria from the intestinal flora (Escherichia coli in 80% of the cases), but also gram-positive staphylococci, mycoplasm, ureaplasm, yeast, clamydia, viruses and chemical or mechanical triggers. The illness is promoted by an impeded flow of urine out of the urinary bladder, by age, by being female, and by surgical intervention. A feared complication is the inflammation of the renal pelvis, with high fever, to the point of a sepsis and abscess formation. Typical symptoms of a bladder infection are pain and burning when urinating, bladder urgency with only small portions of urine and spasms of the bladder. Further symptoms can be: blood in urine, when detectable it is called macrohematuria, when not detectable microhematuria, pain in lower abdomen and urge incontinence. For the treatment of cystitis, within the scope of the REGENA-Therapy, the following REGENAPLEX remedy can be used: