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INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS is chronic bladder inflammation that is not due to an infection.

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Optimal Flora

Optimal Acute

Fruit and Veggie Plus

OxyPure

Self-Help Guidelines

  • Increase Fluid Intake.
  • Try a warm compress or heating and / or cold compress on the lower abdomen.
  • Relaxation and breathing exercise may be helpful.
  • bladder exercises are also helpful.
  • Avoiding these foods may help to reduce flare ups: MSG, aspartame, benzyl alcohol, saccharin, artificial colors, citric acid, eggs, wheat, processed meats, canned meats, mayo, alcohol, tea, carbonated beverages, coffee, caffeine, tobacco, ephedra.

Medications Often Used

To Treat Symptoms

Possible Side Effects

OHS Products To Minimize
Negative Effects

Antihistamine / Hydroxyzine
Nausea / Ataxia / Dizziness Optimal 1 Digestion
Cimetidine / Ranitidine

Nausea / Vomiting / Diarrhea /
Constipation

Optimal 1 Digestion

Optimal Flora
Decreased Folate / Vitamin B12Male +T
Female +B
Increased Liver Enzymes /
Decreased Kidney Function
Optimal Liver / Kidney
Anti-Depressants (Tricyclic)

Nausea / Vomiting / Diarrhea /
Constipation

Optimal 1 Digestion
Insomnia / Dizziness / Drowsiness/
Tremor
Opti-Force
Increased Liver EnzymesOptimal Liver / Kidney
NSAIDs ( Non-Steroidal Anti-
Inflammatory Drugs) /
Analgesics / Aspirin
Decreased Absorption Vitamin C
and Folate
Optimal Whole C
Gastric Bleeding

Indigestion / Nausea / Vomiting /
Diarrhea / Constipation

Optimal Flora
Increased Liver Enzymes / Uric Acid / Kidney Dysfunction
Increase or Decrease in Blood Sugar
DMSO ( Dimethylsulfoxide)
Increased Liver Enzymes / Decreased
Kidney Function
Optimal Liver / Kidney


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