Since the appearance of an article about our success in treating a case of interstitial cystitis in Megan’s Blog, we have received many new patients and even international calls regarding our treatment of this miserable condition. Thank God, we have had great success with treating interstitial cystitis! I recently received a “testimonial” from a young woman, that I want to post here. Patient Review of Salmon Creek Clinic Interstitial Cystitis Treatment: “Dr Zeff . . . I just wanted to give you an update on how I am feeling. Well, I want to give you a HUGE thanks! I am feeling WAY BETTER. The pressure and urgency and frequency are.
There is a nasty flu epidemic occurring, one of the worst I have ever seen. In fact, there appears to be at least two different flu types, and possibly more. The worst I am seeing is a flu that affects breathing and may result in pneumonia. It is characterized by fever, but not in all cases. It is accompanied by achiness, sometimes deep achiness and severe weakness. Here is what I am finding that helps, and I may have to modify or add to this as the days go by and I see more. Homeopathic Gelsemium: use the 30c, or the 200c if you can find it. Begin with this, and.
Over the past 2 decades, we have seen a substantial increasing in childhood asthma. It is now considered an epidemic. Some children die from this. Many are limited in activity and must medicate daily in order to breathe comfortably. In simple terms, asthma is an inflammatory disturbance in the small airways of the lungs. Inflammation causes swelling and secretions, and this reduces the flow of air into and out of the lungs. There can be various triggers, including exercise, stress, cold air, dust, smoke, animal dander, pollens and other external allergens and pollutants, and certain foods. There can be congenital and possibly genetic aspects, as well. The standard treatments are.
“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..