Are intravesical instillations painful or dangerous?

Category: Chronic Cystitis, FAQ

The intravesical instillation therapy that I practice for the treatment of Chronic Cystitis are neither painful nor dangerous.

I perform the instillation by inserting a small urethral catheter through which I add a mixture of pharmaceutical agents that are kept inside for about two hours. In my experience for over two decades of practicing this approach, I have never had a single negative incident. On the contrary not only does this the therapy lead to a full cure, it is also always well tolerated by my female patients.

From Our Blog

The definitive answer is No and for many of reasons. Not only would that be dangerous, it would be meaningless too. Self-Treatment with equipment: Patients who try to perform…
The quick answer is No and for a multitude of reasons, the most important being that performing the Georgiadis Protocol without knowledge and extensive experience is potentially harmful as…
Every case differs. The main factors that can affect the time of the therapy are the following: Chronicity: How long the patient has had the microbe(s) (even before…