Our expert says:
This is more common than one thinks. It is called interstitial cystitis and nobody really knows what the cause is. We know that the bladder lining is abnormal and this causes pain and a feeling of urge. They think that some chemicals/foods may aggravate this (alcohol, coffees, teas, herbal teas, green teas, all sodas (particularly diet), concentrated fruit juices, tomatoes, citrus fruit, cranberries, the B vitamins, vitamin C, monosodium glutamate, chocolate, and potassium-rich foods such as bananas)
An antidepressant amitryptilene and an antihistamine may reduce symptoms. Where do you live? I know of an urologist that specializes in woman urology problems.
Ketones in the urine just shows that your bloodsugar is a bit low but is not an indication of bladder disease.
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