Noninfectious cystitis is irritation of the bladder that is not caused by a
Abacterial cystitis; Radiation cystitis; Chemical cystitis; Urethral syndrome - acute
Causes, incidence, and risk factors
Noninfectious cystitis is most common in women of childbearing years. The exact cause of noninfectious cystitis is often unknown. However, it has been associated with the use of bubble baths, feminine hygiene sprays, sanitary napkins, spermicidal jellies,
Certain foods, such as tomatoes, artificial sweeteners, caffeinated products, chocolate, and alcohol, can cause irritative bladder symptoms.