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Mar 13, 2018 · Interstitial Cystitis - I would like to connect with others in Kidney & Bladder

DMSO is one type of medication. If your bladder is sensitive to that typeb of installation, they can try different variations to see what you can handle.
These days, a bladder cocktail of lidocaine, sodium bicarbonate, heparin and gentamicin are more common. Some doctors use bupivacaine, triamcinolone along with heparin and gentamicin.
Here's some good info:

https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/interstitial-cystitis/diagnosis-treatment/drc-20354362

Mar 28, 2016 · Has anyone had the LEAP-MRT Food Reaction Test? in Autoimmune Diseases

ALLERGIES: LEAP-MRT Food Reaction Testing? Has anyone heard of this test? It tests for 130 food and 20 chemical and additives for reactivity.
I have had allergies and asthma practically since birth (40 years). I have IBS, non-celiac gluten intolerance, ADHD, have had Eczema, I’m lactose intolerant, my integrative medicine doc thinks I have “leaky gut syndrome”, Im allergic to shellfish (not seafood thankfully), amoxicillin/penicillin/flexeril drug sensitivity, allergic to cinnamon gum, I have environmental allergies (grass, trees, dust, pollen, etc..), acidic pineapple sensitivity (must be thoroughly rinsed, baking soda & peroxide toothpaste, all scented laundry/bath/dish soaps/feminine products, and my newest is a possible sulfite sensitivity (shortness of breath). I have my reflux under control (I had both kinds).
I basically do a (as much as possible) Organic/Non-GMO, Gluten Free, Lactose Free, GERD-friendly, Gallbladder-friendly (mine was removed 2 years ago) diet. (HAHA!) I take a ton of supplements daily and just want to know once and for all everything I am allergic or intolerant to, so I dont have to keep finding out the hard way!

Mar 28, 2016 · Interstitial Cystitis - I would like to connect with others in Kidney & Bladder

find urogynecologist . com
For IC, the #1 thing to help control symptoms is diet. When you have a flare-up you can get bladder instillations, and then there are some medications. But that is really it right now. The website above will help you find a Urogynecologist in your area. They specialize in IC.