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koolaid
Monday, January 29, 2007, 7:41pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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My husband, a type A, has been fighting what he thinks is a bladder infection with herbal remedies. For now he refuses to go to the doctor. I am not going to push him to see a doc (because pushing him doesn't work), but would like to support him if possible with whatever might help diet and supplement-wise, using blood type protocols. Any help out there?
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My husband, a type A, has been fighting what he thinks is a bladder infection with herbal remedies. For now he refuses to go to the doctor. I am not going to push him to see a doc (because pushing him doesn't work), but would like to support him if possible with whatever might help diet and supplement-wise, using blood type protocols. Any help out there?


How old is he and how long has it been since he's had a complete physical?  Has he ever had his prostrate (sp?) examined?  How compliant is he to the diet, and do you know his secretor status?  If he doesn't follow the diet, then I would recommend (although I don't know how much it will really help)

1. Marshmallow Root herb for urinary tract problems

2. Urinary Tract Health Protocol for Type A


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koolaid
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Thank you. That's very helpful.

Don't even ask about his visits to an M.D. He hasn't seen one in 30 years. And he's 67.

If things don't clear up, I'm going to try to put him in touch with my homeopath.
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Debra+
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koolaid...he thinks he has a bladder infection?  For how long?  And how long has he been trying to get it healed with herbal remedies.  As Kk asks...has he had his prostrate examined???  I am guessing no since he has not been to see a doctor in 30 years.    I would definitely get him to your homeopath or for some kind of urninalysis test (at least) somewhere.  If the home remedies are not working something is amiss.  Just MHO.  

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Don
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You can buy blood and urine test online without going to see a doctor. For instance, here is one such company: http://www.directlabs.com/index.php


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koolaid
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Thanks, all, for your concern. No, he has not had his prostate examined.

The issue is complicated by the fact that we are moving from one state to another, and he has stayed behind to get our house ready for sale. I don't want to push him into panic mode, especially with me not being there. He's a very high strung A.
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ISA-MANUELA
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but even men can get psychosomatic problems when having to leave something which is very dear to them   ....the bladder stand for crying; dear....soulpain migt been showing up here
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Men getting bladder infections is very rare...I would suggest he go see a doctor. Better safe then sorry


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Alia Vo
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As well, stick to the BTD lifestyle with the highest compliancy possible focusing mostly on the beneficial food items.  

Incorporate proper cortisol reducing activities such as yoga, alternate nostril breathing, Tai Chi.


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My A+ dad also thought he had a bladder infection and it was advanced prostate cancer. GO get it checked!!!
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I am 67 myself and I think his behaviour is very selfish and childish, tell him from me to get over himself and get an appointment for a complete checkup with a medical Doctor just as soon as he can get it.

After all what is he a man or a bloody mouse. Sheesh! it's 2007 for goodness sake.     Cheers John.


 
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