"Does anyone know the best way to treat LPR with over the counter medications. I went to an ENT and he did an endoscopy through the nose and said he only saw mild inflammation of the larynx. He did not prescribe me anything but said to co..."
"Hi, I get the same thing. After the antibiotic therapy, you should try a probiotic like Ultimate Vaginal Flora. It builds up the good bacteria in the vagina and urinary tract. Antibiotics kill ALL bacteria. Therefore, it leaves the vagin..."
I have the same symptoms that you have. I have a problem with kidney stone but even when there were no stones or infection I have/had blood in my urine. I was diagnosed with a disease called interstitial cystitis, or IC a few months ago and even though I haven't found a treatment that works yet It helps just to have the diagnosis! I've been dealing with this for 10 years, since I was 11. At least I know I'm not crazy!
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