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Home treatment options for interstitial cystitis include quitting smoking, getting adequate exercise, bladder retraining and following a diet free of bladder irritants, according to MedicineNet. Other treatment options i... More »

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Patients with interstitial cystitis should avoid foods such as aged cheeses, chocolate, rye bread, tofu and foods rich in vitamin C, as they may cause bladder irritation, according to MedlinePlus. In addition, artificial... More »

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Sufferers of interstitial cystitis should avoid or reduce intake of carbonated beverages, caffeine, citrus products and foods rich in vitamin C, all of which are known bladder irritants and together referred to as the "f... More »

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Also known as painful bladder syndrome, interstitial cystitis is a bladder health condition characterized by pain and pressure in the bladder. A person with this condition usually experiences increased urgency of urinati... More »

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There are foods that can aggravate interstitial cystitis by irritating the bladder, including citrus products, caffeine, carbonated beverages, food containing high levels of Vitamin C and chocolate, states Mayo Clinic. O... More »

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Sufferers of interstitial cystitis should avoid or reduce intake of carbonated beverages, caffeine, citrus products and foods rich in vitamin C, all of which are known bladder irritants and together referred to as the "f... More »

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Some home treatment options for pancreatitis include quitting drinking, quitting smoking, taking plenty of fluids and eating a low-fat diet. These measures work best if one has already sought medical attention. Also, one... More »

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