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  • icnmgrjill
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    Yes it could. We've had many patients report this. Please read my patient story to see how I was hurt by pool chemicals. http://www.ic-network.com/patientstories/jill.html


    Originally posted by ellienor View Post
    On the same day as the pain started, we had our hot tub water tested and it was very acidic.

    I remember last week on one day, dont remember when, I was sitting in the hot tub and the blower/bubblles started.

    Well one of the blowers started blowing the water forcefully you know where... right in the wrong place.
    I quickly grabbed myself there to stop the water pressure and then I stood up, but I think some of that acid water got pushed in my eurethra.

    Is the a possible cause of a flair??
    I cant imagine that a Checker's milk shake could start a bad flair like that!
    Thanks for any input.
    ellie

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  • ICNDonna
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    If you're using clorine in your hot tub, that could definitely be the problem. I don't know what's in a Checker's milk shake so I have no idea if it could be a problem.

    Donna

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  • ellienor
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    Hot tub acid water and flair

    On the same day as the pain started, we had our hot tub water tested and it was very acidic.

    I remember last week on one day, dont remember when, I was sitting in the hot tub and the blower/bubblles started.

    Well one of the blowers started blowing the water forcefully you know where... right in the wrong place.
    I quickly grabbed myself there to stop the water pressure and then I stood up, but I think some of that acid water got pushed in my eurethra.

    Is the a possible cause of a flair??
    I cant imagine that a Checker's milk shake could start a bad flair like that!
    Thanks for any input.
    ellie
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