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I saw my urologist today and told him that an antibiotic
usually eases my bladder pain. He said he won't prescribe any
and there isn't anything he can do to heĺp me now .

I feel so panicky and cry every day because I don't know what to do.

I saw my gastroenterologist recently because I can't eat due to the problems
most foods seem to cause me , again no help , just told me I will die a
slow painful death if I don't eat , I would love to eat but having problems
since having my gallbladder removed .

Don't know where to turn for help,, any advice would be gratefully received.

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Hello again i feel you need to look further afield for help in your situation like seeing the professor in london i understand he is taking NHS patients now and he does persribe antibiotics, ring bladder health they will give you all the information you need, you also may benefit from some councilling to help you deal with your dreadful health problems, l know how poorly anxiety can make you feel i get to the point of retching and feeling do sick when things are bad, keep posting someone somewhere is always looking on these forums and the moderators are very helpful.Heather.

H.M Whitworth

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Please do not despair, things will get better. Have you tried strong probiotics, zinc and cod liver oil daily. I did not notice any Improvement for two weeks but slowly things are getting better. I am also taking D-Mannose powder twice per day and it has helped my bladder. Never give up and please do not stop eating as that will deplete any strength you have.

I agree with HW plead do consider some counselling, I know how depressing this illness can be but you have to fight through.

Good luck, Lola
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