I have all of the above and have been struggling for a year and a half now and there is always blood in my urine and the have done all the tests except the scoping appt I have tomorrow. I finally found some help with an over the counter drug called Prelief that cuts the acid in your urine winch if you are having any kind of issue with your bladder or anything that comes out of your bladder, I would think this would be your first defense...I learned the hard way with taking cranberry pills cuz i thought i was getting a UTI and I could not even understand the pain it was so insane! cranberry on an open wound inside your urethra!!! and all this because i was trying to help myself because as of now they just dont know a lot about what all of us are experiencing! I know it has been so long how are you now?View Thread
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