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interstitial cystitis and bacteria

Posted by marlene on May 16, 1999, at 14:26:11

For years I have suffered from what is now thought to be interstitial cystitis. For years I took Bactrim which kept it under control quite nicely. When my liver test showed an elevation of enzymes, my doctor took me off Bactrim and all my symtoms came back. My doctor insists that bacteria is not my problem because none is grown in a culture. Recently I have read articles about extremely small bacteria called nano-bacterium that may be the cause of many diseases, even heart disease. Because of their extremely small size, only recently have scientists been able to see them with new tests. Why else would Bacytrim control my symtoms for so many years? Any comments?




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