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Old 05-18-2006, 07:54 AM
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Thanks Joyce,
Below is a paragraph from the web site you posted under Recovery.
I had no idea about the oxalate diet, I am going twice a week for the myofascial trigger point rlease, it helps for a few hours and then the bladder or urethral burning comes back. Biofeedback did not help me either, I am anxiously waiting for my appointment with a new Gyn, to discuss hormone therpay, as I too read that hormonal imbalances do effect the bladder.
This is a good web site, thanks for the input.

Josy

"Clearly, the top treatments were therapies in The Pain Project protocol. Reported by 347 significantly improved women, these included the low oxalate diet, calcium citrate, N-Acetyl Glucosamine (NAG), Ox-Absorb, HTO (hexadecyl tetradecenoyl octadecanoate), and the many tips and measures that go along with this protocol, such as avoiding tomato products and coffee, reduced vitamin C supplementation, increased intake of water, and more.

Of the 397 significantly improved women who attended these VPF Seminars, 87% were using one or more of the connective tissue stabilization therapies pioneered by The Pain Project research.

Use of Estrace cream and other topical estrogen products (which also stabilize connective tissue) were reported by 102 significantly improved women. The other products included estradiol or estriol compounded in vitamin E oil, Premarin cream, and other unspecified “estrogen” creams.



Physical therapy, including myofascial and trigger point massage, electrical stimulation, trunk stabilization exercises; as well as (EMG) biofeedback were reported by 85 significantly improved women (some women used both biofeedback and PT together). Kegel’s exercises for pelvic floor rehabilitation were mentioned frequently. Also, guaifenesin was reported by 41 significantly improved women.
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Old 06-06-2006, 06:40 PM
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Josey,

Wanted you to read this.

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Application of Ozone Therapy in Complex Treatment of Inner Female Genital Inflammatory Diseases
Natalya M. Shaschova, Tatjana S. Kachalina, M.D., Alisina L. Nevmjatullin, M.D.
Medical Academy
N. Novgorod
Russia
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The present investigation concerns the study of ozonotherapy effect on the course of female genital inflammatory diseases. The method of ozone application presented intravenous infusions of ozonized NaCI physiologic salt solution (saline). 70 patients were treated, control group included 30 patients. Effectiveness of treatment was evaluated according to the results of clinical observation and a number of laboratory data as well. Midl course of the disease was noted in the basic group in comparance with the control one. Laboratory test showed the following: LP activiti in the control group was maintained, tendency of decreasing Tr/Ts index and phagocytosis indices (spontaneaus hemiluminescence, induced hemiluminescence - SHL, IHL) was marked and the level of the middle molecules remained increased. The basic groups showed normalization of LP, optimization of TR/TS index, increase of phagocytic activity, decrease of middle molecule level. All this mentioned above, allows to draw a conclusion about the effectiveness of ozonotherapy as a component of complex treatment of female genital inflammatory diseases.
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Old 06-07-2006, 01:35 AM
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Thanks Arrow, I have an appointment with a new doctor tomorrow, she is not a urologist but she practices integrative medicine, so I can't wait to hear her opinion on this.

The bad news is, I had my last meeting with my old urogynecologist, he insists that my clinical diagnosis is Pudendal nerve damage, unfortunately he might be right, cause I researched the symptoms and I fit right in there... I do not like his treatment plan though, he is prescribing for me the same medication that they give for diabetic neuropathy, I just don't want to start on pharmaceuticals.. Pudendal nerve, enters the pelvic area from the S2, S3 and S4. then it branches all over that area, so it can have the same symptoms as IC, ( which he insists I don't have) or prostitis... I think I need to see a chiropractor too, the only good thing he told me so far is to start yoga, to see if it can decompress the nerve.

Meanwhile I started on the Inflameze and I also strted on something called Cysta Q (Quercetin, Bromelain , papain, Black Cohosh, Wood Betony, passionflower, Valerian and cranberry powder) this is for IC, but I thought what the heck, nothing bad in it, if I see no results in a month I will stop.
I will ask about the ozone therapy tomorrow, but I am still looking for something that can replace the pharmaceutical I was prescribed such as Neurontin... there has to be a supplement out there with less side effects that numbs the nerve...

Thanks again and I will post here my progress. I am so upset that both the surgeon who did my abdominal hysterectomy and my urogyn, keep insisting this can';t just happen from my surgery, because I still have my cervix and he did not go vaginally, but I know it started two weeks after the surgery... so go figure.

Josy
P.S. If there are any men out there with prostitis symptoms reading this thread, please check pelvic floor muscle tension and pudendal nerve issues, you never know...
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Old 06-07-2006, 07:15 PM
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Hi Josy,

Since this all occured post surgery makes me wonder if some kind of microbe invaded this tissue or nerve.

Also makes me wonder if the homoepathic remedy hypericum might help in 200c potency. Please keep us updated!

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Red face Lugols Iodine for Urinary Tract Infection

I have had a Urinary Tract infection for 1 week and was researching online for natural ways to resolve it. I came across a post on this site about using iodine to cure a urinary tract infection and since I already have Lugols decided to give it a shot. 4 days later...no pain, and the infection is gone. Thank you Jesus!!! I didn't use as high of a dose as the other person posting but about 3 to 4 drops a day in water, followed by a selenium table to help with detox and chewable vitamin C twice a day.
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Very good teniaweed. I've tried iodine for infections too. I have used multiple drops per day for months, with no problem to my health. But now, I just take one drop per day (6.5mg) to try to keep infection from even starting.
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