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Posted by drbrizman on July 27, 2015 at 9:55pm
This patient just sent this after quite a few years away-very sweet she took a moment to write!    Hello,  I wanted to take a minute to say hello to all the patients of Dr. Matia Brizman who  are currently in the struggles of interstitial cystitis.   Years ago I was in the same  boat as many of you.   I was experiencing the burning urethra, bladder urgency, and  vaginal irritation – chronically -  as I’m sure many of you are experiencing.   I tried  everything that we knew to try medically speaking.  I did diets, instillations, 
Posted by drbrizman on July 24, 2015 at 8:47pm
OK this is my second attempt at this post. I will be dating each of my titles as if I forget I used a title before, it then merges the new one with the old one and messes up the posts. 
Posted by drbrizman on July 20, 2015 at 10:24pm
The subject of fear came up this week and it brought many things to my mind. The reason it came up is that someone asked me if they should get a particular procedure to rule out cancer. It isn't that there are any overt signs of cancer, it's just that every time this person gets a symptoms she thinks she has cancer. I know, many of us can relate. This is not abnormal for most of us who worry about our health-espeically given all of the things that most of us have been through to get where we are today.
Posted by drbrizman on July 16, 2015 at 8:19am
Integrative Approach and Classical Chinese Medicine: San Jiao Energetics According to the Nan Jing, the San Jiao is said to be the root of life. The primary meridians begin there. (Yuen, 2002). The following has been passed on by Yuen (2002; 2003), and correlated with the text herein by this author.
Posted by drbrizman on July 14, 2015 at 11:11pm
This is an infection that generally will cause a person to be hospitalized. In my dissertation, I describe a process that I believe is a lowgrade microbial translocation which over time causes IC. "In healthy individuals, bacteria are continually crossing the intestinal mucosa and are then transported in lymph to extra intestinal sites, including the mesenteric lymph nodes, liver, kidney, spleen and bloodstream.
Posted by drbrizman on July 10, 2015 at 10:10pm