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Bladder Spasms And Pain

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Posted 26 February 2012 - 05:42 PM

Ask your pt if he has any articles he has written on this subject or ask him to write an article. I am very interested if he has further info on this subject since my ob who is the bladder specialist in this town, does not know that celiac can cause bladder issues! He just thinks I'm crazy. I just had a hyst. due to bladder, uterus pain. So this of extreme interest to me. PM me if get further info or a web site or anything further on this issue. Thanks so much.
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Posted 10 April 2012 - 03:35 PM

Very interesting! When I met with doc this week he told me he thought I had an over-active baldder which I have to say, I don't think is the case but I do have a referral to urology.

As far as peanut butter, it is on the high oxalate food list. No sure if that could be giving you issues or not. I am taking them out of my diet.

Did you get any resolution to your bladder symptoms? I still am improving but its still uncomfortable: it feels like a UTI but there is never any infection or blood in the urine. some of us
might have painful bladder syndrome (PBS) or Overactive bladder syndrome (OBS) or IC interstitial cystitis.

my naturopath doctor recently emailed me this statement about the latest theory of IC : "one of the theories about IC is that it is the liver not quenching or processing the metabolites fast enough (or a leaky gut that's recycing things several times making the liver repeat everything!)"

I don't fully understand what she means here and I will ask her when I see her this Thursday. keep you posted. If anyone reads this post and wants to provide an update on bladder problems please do because this has been a major quality of life issue for many of us....
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