Burning stomach pain with amitriptyline
Most of the medical world has at last recognized what was once considered a psychosomatic disorder. In other words many doctors did not believe the bladder pain was real. Having to deal with this problem myself down through the years I can testify that the pain is indeed real.
When I see people out walking in the evenings it makes me feel good to know that others are doing something healthy for their bodies and minds. Myself, I cannot get out and walk because if I do I’m laid up that evening with unbearable bladder pain. I walk in my house or my yard but I can’t walk for a long period of time. Not all people who suffer with interstitial cystitis have a problem with walking and most enjoy activities according to their limitations.
What is Interstitial Cystitis?
Interstitial cystitis sometimes referred to as IC is a chronic inflammatory condition of the bladder wall. Cystitis, infection of the bladder and other urinary tract infections are caused by bacterial and can be treated with antibiotics. The cause of IC is not yet known but it appears that no bacteria are involved and antibiotics do not seem to help. This condition is most commonly found in women and recent surveys suggest that over one million people in the U.S. suffer from it.
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