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Posted by drbrizman on February 1, 2017 at 12:01pm
I was having a conversation with someone today that is newly pregnant and thought I should post. Low progesterone can be a big problem with IC and, as many of you know, we don't advocate it's use or the use of hormones in general except in certain very specific situations. 
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Posted by drbrizman on January 21, 2017 at 11:27pm
 
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Posted by drbrizman on January 18, 2017 at 2:00am
  With so many different ideas about diet, the demand for creative foods is growing and with that so many new wonderful products on the market--If you have been using any of these and like them--let me know and post here and share please. My personal all time favorit is the almond flour tortillas. They are SO yummy! I would love to hear about new foods you are using as I am certain would other readers. Please share:) Dr.M      
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Posted by drbrizman on January 5, 2017 at 11:47pm
In 2006 I self published my doctoral thesis on IC and chronic illness. In that dissertation i explain my model for the developement of IC and other chronic illnesses-the foundation of which being low grade microbial translocation via the Peyer's Patches into the messentary ultimately infiltrating the entire lymphatic system. Incredibly today an article has reached my email from a patient-I am unclear as to where it was found on FB but she reports that this is where it was found.
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Posted by drbrizman on January 1, 2017 at 4:00am
  A Year end success story from someone who reached out a few weeks ago to share her happiness. This is her story, I did not edit: My story . (My success)
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Posted by drbrizman on December 29, 2016 at 7:37am
The year is coming to a close and as I like to do each year end, I have been reflecting on the changes that have come in these last twelve months. I think the most exciting always every year are the new births-the miracles in life that I think keep us all going and are even more inspiring when they come through a person having struggled with health and conquered that obstacle. Perhaps even more special is that we are often honored to become a part of those baby's healthcare-we may then be able to influence the next generation in a positive way.
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