Marianne Teitelbaum
1400 Wynwood Dr, Cinnaminson, NJ 08077, USA
34 years exp

Total years in practice: 34

Publish Date
November 20, 2018
42 Years, Female, White
Medical Condition
Interstitial Cystitis
Medical History
Recurring Bladder Infections/Interstitial Cystitis: this case history is representative of many women (and some men) who fall into the vicious cycle of repeated bladder infections, using antibiotics each time for treatment. What usually happens is the antibiotics kill off the friendly bacteria leaving the patient susceptible to another infection. If the process continues long enough you can develop a situation of chronic infection since the friendly bacteria prevent infection. After repeated infections and subsequent antibiotic use the lining of the bladder can become so irritated that the nerve endings become inflamed, creating an extremely painful situation called Interstitial Cystitis, which this patient developed. The doctors then prescribed a specific pain medication for her bladder pain which was only minimally effective.
Case Management
What needs to be done in these cases is to heal the lining of the bladder so it can accept the friendly bacteria, use of a good probiotic (most of the probiotics on the market are ineffective because their cultures die off as they are being processed) and an extremely rare herb we use to heal the nerve endings in the bladder. We have been successful in treating hundreds of these resistant cases.
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