Cystitis is usually caused by a bladder infection resulting in pain and inflammation of the bladder. It is a common urinary tract infection (UTI) in women and typically resolves on it’s own in a few days.
However, some women experience recurrent or more severe bouts of cystitis which require treatment with antibiotics.
Signs and symptoms of cystitis
Read more here: NHS Choices: Cystitis
If you know what treatment you require, choose it below and fill out our 2-min questionnaire. One of our experienced GPs will then make sure the treatment is safe for you to take.
If you are unsure about which treatment to choose our doctors recommend Nitrofurantoin, however both antibiotics work well to treat Cystitis.