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When the protective layer of your bladder is damaged, you may start to notice symptoms. Examples might include having to urinate more often than normal, or even experiencing pain in the pelvic area. This may indicate interstitial cystitis, an overactive bladder, radiation cystitis or chronic recurrent urinary tract infections.

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Are you experiencing problems with your bladder? Do you have an overactive bladder? Do you need to urinate often? Or do you have pain in your lower abdomen? These symptoms may indicate a chronic bladder infection caused by damage to the protective layer of the bladder. It is important to treat chronic bladder infections as soon as possible so if you have any of these symptoms, always visit your doctor for the correct diagnosis. More information about the treatment of chronic bladder infections can be found at