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Cystitis in men

Can men get cystitis?

While cystitis in men is not common due to anatomical differences, it can still occur. On this page, women's health advisor Emma Thornton discusses the causes of cystitis in men, what the symptoms are and how to treat the condition.

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    Jawad — 27.10.2017 07:46
    Thank you indeed it was helpful enough...

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    Enoch — 09.09.2017 08:32
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      Enoch — 09.09.2017 09:14
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Did you know?

Cystitis is sometimes known as ‘honeymoon cystitis’. Why? Well, during sex, bacteria can spread from the perineum to the urethral opening. The risk of developing cystitis is therefore increased depending on the frequency you have intercourse (sorry honeymooners!).

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