Interstitial Cystitis and Ozone therapy
From: lindameeh lindameeh@...
Subject: [oxyplus] interstitial cystitis
Date: Sun, 23 Mar 2003 13:53:46 -0800
I have a client that will be coming to see me with interstitial cystitis
(bladder). She told me it's not bacterial but inflammation of the bladder
wall where the the mucus membrane that would normally line the bladder is
either inflammed or missing.
Has anyone had results with this? I will focus on food allergies and
ellimintion of wheat, dairy and sugar and possibly other foods, and the
overacidification of the urine probably. I would suggest l-glutamine and
glucosamine to help rebuild the mucosal lining.
She can't sleep well since she has to get up so frequently to urinate.
Any testimonials and ideas for this condition getting better would be
Health and Happiness,
Linda Meeh CN
We have had good success with vaginal insufflation for I.C.
In severe cases, bladder insufflation was also necessary.
Best of health!
Dr. Saul Pressman, DCh, LTOH
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