Quercetin For Interstitial Cystitis

With this lesson I will share what I’ve discovered about interstitial cystitis while fighting for control of my health. I’ve finally got this frustrating condition to a manageable point through the use of quercetin and other interstitial cystitis natural treatment.

Treating Interstitial Cystitis

Since quercetin is a potent and versatile supplement even outside of treating interstitial cystitis, I’ll also discuss other uses for it as well as quercetin side-effects.


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Interstitial Cystitis (IC) is an unfortunately common urinary bladder disease characterized by pain or pressure in the pelvic area and urgency (frequently needing to void your bladder). Pain during urination as well as during sexual intercourse is also common.

It is more common than you may think because it affects all races and cultures, all ages and all socioeconomic groups. It affects both men and women. It is often misdiagnosed as urethritis, prostatitis, urethral syndrome, and sometimes arguably a few other conditions (such as trigonitis).

It isn’t uncommon for women to develop interstitial cystitis after hysterectomies or for men to develop it following surgery to treat testicular cancer or prostate cancer.

Unfortunately, there aren’t a lot of certain and precise treatments for interstitial cystitis at this time. Two major medications recently experienced setbacks in clinical testing, leaving many sufferers at a loss for a confident direction for their treatment.

I am not a medical doctor, but I have experienced remarkable improvement through the use of quercetin, a little known yet very safe and natural supplement treatment.

Quercetin & Other Natural Treatments For IC

While I will discuss Quercetin, I will also address other possibilities for a natural cure for interstitial cystitis. I can’t personally swear by these other methods, but since everyone is different I want to make you aware of them.

I will also give you some more detailed information about the history of interstitial cystitis and its treatment, and I will discuss the various uses of quercetin as well as quercetin side effects. In particular, I suggest taking quercetin in a quercetin bromelain combination.

I will enumerate the manner in which you should address your problem. This includes properly applying an isolate and eliminate diet, eating more natural and organic foods, cutting back on refined sugars and increasing you intake of fresh, clean water. If you’re drinking tap water, I suggest you learn to appreciate the luxury of a Brita water filter or something similar.

As you will see from my site, I prefer to first take natural, safe paths to treatment for bringing in the big guns of the medical world. With interstitial cystitis, this is particularly important because even a skeptic in the medical community would have to admit that conventional medicine hasn’t achieved a whole lot of progress with IC.

Of course, you must be attentive with natural and alternative treatments as well. For example, quercetin does manifest some side-effects in some people. Just because something is categorized as “natural” does not mean it is inherently safe. Just use some common sense.

So thank you for visiting and I hope you’ll return soon as I grow and refine my site.