Evaluating the Effectiveness of Combination Antibiotic Therapy for Recurrent Cystitis in Women
Keywords:Recurrent Cystitis, Combination Antibiotic Therapy, Women
Background: Background: Investigating the Effectiveness of Combined Antibiotic Therapy for Recurrent Cystitis in Females. A study was conducted on twenty women with recurrent cystitis who received combination antibiotic therapy. The primary outcome measure for cystitis was the absence of all clinical and laboratory indicators of infection. The secondary objective was to assess symptom improvement related to cystitis. The findings revealed that, after using the combination antibiotic medication, cystitis symptoms disappeared completely in 18 out of the 20 women (90%), while 2 women (10%) experienced symptom improvement. These results suggest that combination antibiotic treatment appears to be a safe and effective option for managing recurrent cystitis in women.
Objectives: The primary purpose of this research was to evaluate the efficacy of combination antibiotic therapy for recurrent cystitis in
women who were seen at the Main Gul Jehanzeb Hospital in Swat, Pakistan, between January 2018 and January 2019. Secondarily, we
wanted to see how well combination antibiotic therapy worked in women with recurrent cystitis.
Study design: A Retrospective Study
Duration and place of study: Main Gul Jehanzeb Hospital in Swat, Pakistan, between January 2018 and January 2019.
Methods: This retrospective study was conducted at the Main Gul Jehanzeb Hospital in Swat, Pakistan, to assess the efficacy of combination antibiotic therapy in the treatment of female patients suffering from recurrent cystitis. All female patients aged between 18 and 50 with a history of recurrent cystitis, who sought medical care at the hospital's outpatient clinic during the study period, were included in the study. Following a thorough medical history assessment and physical examination, all patients received combination antibiotic treatment tailored to their specific diagnoses. The primary objective of the study was to achieve complete symptomatic remission of cystitis, as determined by the absence of any clinical or laboratory evidence of infection. Additionally, a secondary objective was to alleviate cystitis symptoms, either in part or in full.
Results: Twenty women with recurrent cystitis were included in the study. After receiving a combination of antibiotics, 18 (90%) of the
ladies had complete remission of their cystitis symptoms, while 2 (10%) only had milder symptoms.
Conclusion: This research has shown that combined antibiotic therapy is a secure and reliable approach for treating female recurrent cystitis. According to the study, most women with recurrent cystitis benefit from a combination of antibiotic medications to treat their cystitis symptoms
Keywords: Recurrent Cystitis, Combination Antibiotic Therapy, Women