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  • Cystoforce or Infla-Heal Plus?

    I'm wondering whether anyone has tried either of these two supplements, and if so, what results you've noticed? Here's what it says on them:

    Cystoforce Bladder Formula tincture; Ingr: wild bearberry herb, organic echinicea purpurea

    Infla-Heal Plus (Inflammation), enteric coated tablets;
    Ingr: Dicalcium Phosphate, Vegetable Cellulose, Sodium Crosscarmellose, Silicon Dioxide, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate and Vegetable Stearec Aid with aqueous coating solution.

    Anyone had any experiences with the products, or with the ingredents within them?

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    Severe IC developed fairly quickly, autumn 2010.
    So severe that I was bed-bound & on 160mg/day morphine to cope with torturous pain levels, and unable to function other than hospital/medical appointments, for seven months. Then, miracle of miracles, something started working. I am steadily lowering the methadone dose level. I have been far out of that desperate nightmare hell zone for several months now and continue to improve.

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    - Methadone 9 ml/day
    - Instillations:
    - 40ml Kenalog (steroid for inflammation) 2 x per
    week, along with rescue cocktail of heparin,
    lidocaine, sodium bicarbonate
    - 20ml Uracyst, monthly @ $100/per
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  • #2
    Please check with either your physician or your pharmacist before trying any supplements. There are literally thousands of supplements/herbal remedies out there, each with fantastic healing claims.

    Some will interact with prescription medications and are not safe to take.

    Stay safe

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    • #3
      never tried any of them. but I looked them up. to be honest with you there are nothing in the ingredients that stand out as a sucessfull treatment for IC. There are naturally supplements that have been backed by clinical trials for IC and most of them can be purchased on this site or online. you might want to look at cystoprotek,cysta q,desert harvest aloe, bladder ease, bladder q. ect specifically made for IC bladders
      Diagnosed with IC October 2009- through bladder biopsy (no glomerations or hunners ulcers found, just irritation)

      I have moderate-severe IC

      Currently stopped taking all medications due to pregnancy


      • #4
        ask your uro first.
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        • #5
          bladder ease


          Is the bladder ease working for you? How long have you been taking it?