“Interstitial Cystitis” is defined as a “noninfectious bladder inflammation that causes pain, urinary frequency and urgency with incontinence.” (Merck Manual) It is like a bladder infection that never stops, and that has no good conventional treatment. The Merck Manual article goes on to say that “cure is rare”. But cure is common in our clinic. Cure, meaning, no further pain or problem. I will write a bit here how we accomplish cure for this difficult problem. Like many chronic inflammatory problems, there is a dietary problem that underlies most of this. The explanation is simple. If one consistently eats a food that irritates one’s body, the irritation becomes chronic..