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kineseotape help for interstitial cystitis/irritable bladder

Discussion in 'Gastrointestinal and Urinary' started by LJBluesky, Jul 24, 2013.

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    LJBluesky

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    This post is to help anyone with bladder pain. My daughter has interstitial cystitis (and CFS). My wife is an occupational therapist and put kineseotape on my daughter's bladder area and it greatly reduces her bladder pain and even helped her get through the night without having to pee. She put the tape one inch below her belly button in the shape of a cross. She taped it just like she would for someone having menstrual cramps, but a little higher up. Here is a Utube video of how its done for cramps, just tape it one inch below belly button. I have nothing to gain from this. I hope it helps someone. www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBJbxb7Jb4o.
     
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