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Honeymoon Cystitis

Cystitis is the inflammation of the bladder. The condition primarily affects women, but can affect either sex and all age groups.

The condition is colloquially referred to as "Honeymoon Cystitis". It is also known as Honeymoonitis, Honeymoon Disease, Honeymoon Bladder, honeymooner's cystitis or honeymoon syndrome. Some concatenate the words to call it honeymooncystitis or split it up to call it honey moon cystitis.

The reason for the link to the word Honeymoon is that this cystitis often occurs as a result of frequent or prolonged sexual activity, as would typically be expected in the honeymoon period of a marriage.

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Types of bladder infection

There are several types of cystitis:

  • bacterial cystitis, the most common type, which is most often caused by coliform bacteria being transferred from the bowel through the urethra into the bladder
  • interstitial cystitis, which is rare, difficult to diagnose, and does not involve foreign organisms
  • hemorrhagic cystitis

See Causes, incidence and risk factors of Honeymoon Disease


  • Pressure in the lower pelvis
  • Painful urination (dysuria)
  • Frequent or urgent need to urinate
  • Need to urinate at night (nocturia)
  • Abnormal urine color (cloudy)
  • Blood in the urine (hematuria)
  • Foul or strong urine odor

See Diagnosis of Honeymoonitis

Bacterial cystitis: prevention and treatment

See our Cranberry Juice page. Drinking cranberry juice prevents certain types of bacteria from attaching to the wall of the bladder and may lessen the chance of infection.

An antibiotic is the initial treatment for bacterial cystitis (see also in urinary tract infection). Drinking lots of water will usually result in the removal of the bacteria from the bladder, and the cystitis will clear after a week or so. Natural remedies and some drugs which counteract the acidity of urine, such as Cystopurin (potassium citrate), can help to relieve symptoms, but will not clear up the infection. The old remedy was barley water. For more details see Treatment, Medication, Monitoring, Expectations, Possible Complications of Honeymoonitis.

Keeping the genital area clean and remembering to wipe from front to back may reduce the chance of introducing bacteria from the rectal area to the urethra.

Increasing the intake of fluids may allow frequent urination to flush the bacteria from the bladder. Urinating immediately after sexual intercourse may help eliminate any bacteria that may have been introduced during intercourse. Refraining from urinating for long period of time may allow bacteria time to multiply, so frequent urinating may reduce risk of cystitis in those who are prone to urinary tract infections.

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