Cystitis is a very common health complaint, but it can become dangerous if it’s not treated. The good news is you can treat cystitis in a safe, private and non-invasive way using coMra therapy.

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Most people will experience the discomfort of cystitis (a bladder infection) at some point in their lives.1 Cystitis is a very common health complaint, but it can become dangerous if it’s not treated quickly and effectively.1 Some people also suffer from frequently occurring cystitis or chronic cystitis, with persistent symptoms.2 The good news is you can treat cystitis in a safe, private and non-invasive way using coMra therapy.

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Cystitis is a type of urinary tract infection, or UTI.1 A UTI occurs when bacteria get into the urinary tract and start to multiply.1 This can cause unpleasant and uncomfortable symptoms.1 UTIs are more common in women, but they do also affect men.1

There are 3 common types of UTI, which affect different parts of the urinary tract:1

  • Urethritis: Infection or inflammation of the urethra (the tube that expels urine from the body)
  • Cystitis: Infection in the lower urinary tract, affecting the bladder
  • Pyelonephritis: Infection in the upper urinary tract, affecting the kidneys

Common symptoms of a UTI include:1-3

  • Burning or pain when urinating
  • Feeling the need to urinate frequently and urgently
  • Feeling of fullness in your bladder, even when it’s empty
  • Dark, cloudy and/or strong-smelling urine
  • Pain or discomfort in the lower abdomen

UTIs like cystitis are caused by foreign organisms like bacteria multiplying in the urinary tract.1 Sometimes, bacteria from the digestive tract can be transferred from the anus to the urethra during wiping, causing a UTI to develop.1 Sexual activity can also increase your risk of getting a UTI, because of the transfer of bacteria.1

Hormonal changes (for example in pregnancy and menopause) can also increase your risk of UTIs, and people with weakened immune systems are also more likely to get them.1

It’s important to treat cystitis as quickly as possible, to prevent infection from spreading to the kidneys.1


coMra’s nephrology and urology protocols are designed to treat a variety of urinary tract problems, including conditions affecting the bladder, kidneys and prostate.4

  • NEPHROLOGY 1: Prostate conditions
  • NEPHROLOGY 2: Urethritis (urethra infection)
  • NEPHROLOGY 3: Cystitis (bladder infection)
  • NEPHROLOGY 4: Kidney disease, kidney failure
  • NEPHROLOGY 5: Incontinence

Find full details and instructions in the latest coMra User Guide.


Dr Anna Surazakova, MD, CEO and Medical Director of the coMra Centre for Restorative Medicine, Technologia Zhizni, Altai, Russia, shares a case report concerning a patient with long-term chronic cystitis:


A 63-year-old man was struggling with these symptoms:

  • Impaired urination
  • Frequent urination at night, with slight pain
  • Pain radiating towards the kidneys, more concentrated on his right side

The patient had struggled with these issues for 3 years. He also had adenoma (a benign tumour) of the prostate. He had been treated for cancer of the rectum 10 years before, with no relapse. He was taking medication under the supervision of his urologist. He had recently treated himself using an acoustic-vibration device, but after this he noticed severe deterioration.

The patient was diagnosed and treated for chronic cystitis in subremission and benign prostatic hypertrophy. He had a series of 10 coMra treatments once daily, while also taking the medications prescribed by his urologist.

The patient noticed the following improvements as a result of the treatment:

  • Pain during urination decreased
  • Volume of urine increased

Dr Surazakova recommended a coMra treatment schedule for the patient to follow over the next few months, to prevent a resurgence of symptoms.

Watch this video for the full case report.


CYSTITISBe sure to look after yourself during treatment and give your body extra support while it heals: 1-3

  • Drink plenty of water and other fluids like herbal tea, to dilute your urine and flush out your system
  • Avoid caffeine and alcohol, which can irritate your bladder
  • Place a warm heating pad on your abdomen to ease feelings of tenderness or discomfort
  • If you’re taking antibiotic medication, take a probiotic supplement to reduce the side-effects

Here are some tips for preventing UTIs:1-3

  • Stay hydrated and urinate regularly throughout the day
  • Never hold in your urine; go to the toilet as soon as possible when you feel the need to urinate
  • Wipe from front to back after using the toilet
  • Urinate after sex, to flush out bacteria around the urethral opening
  • Avoid using fragranced intimate care products, which can cause irritation
  • Avoid tight-fitting jeans or trousers
  • Wear cotton underwear and avoid synthetic materials

NOTE: coMra is a powerful modality. The uses described above are those recommended by the coMra User Guide. Experience over 10 years has shown that in the case of most chronic conditions, treatments can also be spread out to once or twice per week, without taking the breaks outlined in the guide.