A Candida cleanse is good for many chronic conditions, including interstitial cystitis.
I once had a patient in her 50s with interstitial cystitis. She had had the condition for about ten years. When I asked her about what her life was like when it first started, she said, “I don’t know, I can’t remember,” she said. “But I do remember one thing. I had a problem with my tooth, and I went on antibiotics for six months for the problem.” And I said, “Well then, what happened?” And she said, “Well, the problem slowly started after that.”
That was the explanation for her bladder problem. Her gut and bladder flora had been destroyed by the antibiotics. You can wreck flora in different parts of the body with antibiotics, not just in the gut.
A Candida cleanse is a very smart move for anybody with interstitial cystitis. You need to keep away from certain foods when you’re trying to recover from interstitial cystitis. No alcohol, no chocolate, no coffee and tea. If you have interstitial cystitis, the first thing to do is stop chocolate entirely. Sugar is the big enemy for the bladder. Candy, ice cream, and most dairy products need to be stopped with cystitis. A significant diet change needs to occur. You probably know what foods need to go if you’ve got cystitis.
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If you’ve got the problem and it’s not going away, you need to be a lot tougher on yourself, because the condition’s pretty tough on you, isn’t it? You must be sick and tired of going to the bathroom several times a day because that’s what interstitial cystitis can do. The patient I mentioned above was going to the bathroom eight to nine times at night. That’s terrible. How could you sleep like that? You can’t sleep like that.
Interstitial cystitis does respond to doing a Candida cleanse. My recommendation is that you start with a comprehensive stool analysis. Find out what bugs you’ve got in your gut, and in turn, take the corrective and appropriate action based on that test. I think you might be quite surprised.
Probiotics work very well with interstitial cystitis. Some of the best probiotics for interstitial cystitis are Lactobacillus arabinose, Lactobacillus plantarum, and Lactobacillus acidophilus. Take the probiotics three times a day with food. Watch what happens. You might be quite pleasantly surprised.