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    is Soy flour a No? I am going to start the IC diet full on and Im looking at the bread in our bakery and supermarkets and they all state that they have soy flour?

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    Re: Soy Flour

    You may have better luck if you just look at breads that are baked on site. Soy flour is an irritant for many of us.

    I recently started baking bread for my family. I usually bake it one loaf at a time to avoid having it get moldy. Home made bread does grow mold within a very few days.

    Donna
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      Re: Soy Flour

      I decided since I cant do yeast that I will just buy bread for hubby and I wont do bread

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        Re: Soy Flour

        I would avoid it. You can find other breads that don't have soy flour in them. :-)
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          Re: Soy Flour

          bread is something I have had a difficult time with. Basic white bread is the only bread I have been able to tolerate. I can't tolerate any of the other IC friendly flours especially whole wheat flour it just sets my bladder on fire.
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          Tried:
          Detrol:only took one pill and it made me sick
          Elmiron:caused horrible pain(took 1 week)
          CystaQ:caused alot of burning and pain(only took one pill)
          Wellbutrin:only on it for three days as it caused alot of bladder pain
          Elavil:Took one pill and it caused a flare that lasted almost two weeks. It was the longest flare I've ever had. Never again..ouch
          Prelief:made my bladder burn and feel tingly.

          Take:
          Uracyst:Started May 19 2011
          Enablex:take one pill daily with no issues
          Naproxen:for pain as needed
          Baking Soda with water:as needed and it's a God send. It brings down my pain within 20 mins.
          Venofer: Started April 2012 by IV for low Iron. I do not tolerate oral Iron so this is the route I had to take.Does not bother my bladder but did have other side effects. I take Benedryl with each treatment to avoid side effects.
          Supplements:Whey Protein powder daily
          Dessert Harvest Aloe It has been helping alot but I can only take it every two days as my "die off" reaction has been severe.

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