I've had 6 bladder infections in the past two years. The urologist first found the cyst when I was 11 it was 0.7cm now it is 1.7cm. During the cystoscopy procedure I saw on the monitor a big red pimple-shaped cyst and around it there were several red dots that looked like small cyst only seen through the microscopic camera and not the ultrasound. The cyst is not connected to my belly button but it's right below and I told the urologist who did the cystoscopy that I had pain in that area towards the right.
I got a bladder infection on february 12, after taking norva-floxacin it spread to my kidneys and that's when I started to bleed. I want to the hospital and they said that the cyst was causing irritation and that's where the blood was coming from so they gave me cipro-floxacin antibiotic for 5 days and the pain still remained but bleeding stopped after 2 weeks. I relied on cranberry pills, d-mannose, oxybutynin and acidophilus to avoid c-difficile (due to constant diarrhea from heavy use of antibiotics) until I did my cystoscopy on tuesday this week.
I had up to 6 blood clots but not frequent, and it was during the length of two days after the cystocopy, yesterday there was no blood clots or today. The bleeding has subdued today and I decreased the usage of pads.
I don't smoke however I am allergic to chicken and it seems like spicy foods make the pain even worse especially when I have acidic fruits.
I also participated in a study research by a general practitioner who is testing the effects of antibiotics in chicken that make E. Coli resistant to UTI preventative medication as well as antibiotics. Seeing as to how the bacteria in my bladder is resistant to all the different kinds of antibiotics, I thought this study research would be worth a try.
In the meantime I'm taking oxybutynin to help with the cramps. I have no fever so I assume the bleeding is normal?
Could you please just give any suggestions as to what this cyst could do, and what those red spots around it could be?