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THOSE PESKY BLADDER INFECTIONS by Martha K. Patient Expert Posted Wed 23 Jul 2008 4:07pm For whatever reason, diabetics are prone to bladder infections. Most of these do not require antibiotics, if you use a supplement called D-MANNOSE. D-mannose is a polysaccharide that tells the e-coli, which is causing the infection, to attach to the D-mannose, and wash right out of the bladder. D-mannose, in combination with CYSTEX, will get most b ... Read on »
The Link between Poultry and Bladder Infections by Happy Mother Runner Posted Wed 18 Jul 2012 12:31pm Recently NPR released an article discussing the possible correlation between chickens given antibiotics and human bladder infections. Maryn McKenna discussed her book, The SuperBug, and the results of her research on antibiotic resistance from food. She examined the use of antibiotics at large scale farms in Canada, United States, Europe, ... Read on »
Bladder Infection, UTI, Cystitis… They All Spell P-A-I-N by WisdomThatHeals Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm 1 Comment Our urinary system plays a key role in maintaining homeostasis in the body. The urinary system includes, in the order that urine flows, the Kidneys, Ureters, Bladder and finally, the Urethra. The Urethra is the lowest point in the urinary system of which urine is then expelled from the body. Because the Urethra is closest to the outside world ... Read on »
Interstitial Cystitis Attack or Bladder Infection? by Kerry K. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Oct 2008 9:03am 1 Comment This question has been a reoccurring one since developing Interstitial Cystitis twenty five years ago.  I wanted to share how I’ve learned to distinguish the two (most of the time), as it isn’t easy, and not knowing the difference can drive those of us with IC bonkers.  It can also cause unnecessary trips to the emergency room and hence medical b ... Read on »
Prince Philip succumbs to Bladder Infection by Allanda .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 06 Jun 2012 11:57am The Duke of Edinburgh may have been more prone to developing his bladder infection because of conditions during Sunday’s Diamond Jubilee Pageant, experts have said. Philip showed his determination to spend the day by the Queen’s side, standing next to her on the deck of the Royal Barge for much of the pageant, which resulted in the couple spend ... Read on »
Do You Know Anything About Bladder Infection Symptoms? by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sat 15 May 2010 10:16pm If you have ever dealt with a bladder infection then you are well aware of the fact that you never want to deal with bladder infection symptoms; because they can be extremely painful. However statistics show that it seems more and more people are waking up with this condition and are trying to find ... Read on »
Symptoms of Cystitis or a Bladder Infection by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 13 Dec 2010 5:30am < p>There are a number of symptoms related to a  bladder infection , which is also  known as a urinary tract infection. This infection is one of the most common types of bladder problems . These infections are often called UTIs for short. Doctors and other medical professionals often refer to these infections as “cystitis.” Cyst ... Read on »
Bladder infections traditionally view in gentlemen by winter1101 Posted Tue 19 Nov 2013 3:47pm Diagnose Chlamydia. Crammed to make herpes virus to another person they usually can certainly keep away from that every time they utilize genital herpes virus virus remedy. Anybody that thinks they will could get Chlamydia ought not to be worried to consider Chlamydia exam to get immediately after virtually all, they might get this gone awa ... Read on »
Lactin-V vaginal probiotic for recurrent bladder infections by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 20 Apr 2011 12:00am IDSociety.org - Urinary tract infections (typically bladder infections) are common in women, costing an estimated $2.5 billion per year to treat in 2000 in the United States alone. These infections frequently recur, affecting 2 to 3 percent of ... Read on »
Treatment of Bladder and Kidney Infections by Dr. Charlotte Thompson Medical Doctor Posted Tue 22 Jun 2010 6:57am Over the years I have heard many accounts of individuals, particularly women, having  difficulty getting adequate treatment for kidney and bladder infections. Women in particular have more problems because of the possiblity of contamination from stool and sexual intercourse. This last week I was talking with the husband of a women who had su ... Read on »