Bladder cystitis terminology includes; ’Detrusor Instability’, ‘Irritable Bladder’, ‘Unstable Bladder’.
Did you know that ‘giggling’ is also a symptom?
Some people who were on the Resolution Programme for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) or migraine mentioned they were suffering from a bout of severe bladder cystitis, and surprisingly, it responded to the programme. As with so many other symptoms, it was another moment of pure magic.
Bladder cystitis can be mild to severe pain, with a constant, urgent sense of needing to urinate. Clients directed active sessions to the bladder area, and found it responded in a similar ‘Resolution Magic’ way. At first, it took no notice, then after a day it disappeared for a while, and then it reappeared (gaps). As time went on, the gaps got longer, and it became less severe, until it disappeared.
A woman who had been diagnosed with ‘interstitial cystitis’ (this is really frequently-occurring, severe, bladder cystitis) said that she was either in bed because of her cystitis or because of her migraine. She never had them both at the same time. When I heard this, I realised that this could be another symptom of Neurological Wave Syndrome. It sounded like the wave of neurological activity was simply switching from one nerve to the other.
This same lady experiences a rare symptom of Neurological Wave Syndrome – uncontrolled giggling. She constantly reassured other people that while she was giggling, she thought nothing was at all funny. The giggling continued no matter what was happening around her. This was a similar symptom to that of crying, which somehow seems more acceptable when people have an illness.
It is my theory that a wave of electricity fires into the wall of the bladder, causing the initial painful ‘urgency’, and also the burning sensation on passing urine.
You might believe that an infection is the cause of cystitis. Doctors are often baffled as to why some people have cystitis because the tests for bacteria very often come back as negative. I believe that the condition is caused by – yes, you’ve guessed it – a wave of neurological activity. Electricity is fired off into the bladder, causing the pain and the bladder’s own response – urgent urination. The role of bacteria is similar to some other areas of the body where infection is occasionally identified, like middle ear infection. Roaming bacteria may, by chance, find a weak area in the bladder where they can multiply – or they may not!
Kidney or Ureter pain
I now believe the searing pain that some people experience from the tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder – or the kidneys themselves, could also be due to NWS (Neurological Wave Syndrome).
I suffered intermittently for two years from this when I was 16 years old. It was absolute agony. You can see how these waves of neurological activity have changed direction so many times in my life. Previously, in my early teens, I had suffered from the occasional bout of bladder cystitis.
You may be wondering now, whether the symptoms of cystitis you suffered were due to getting cold. I must admit, had not kept myself sufficiently warm. I do still believe that an acute attack of cystitis can be caused by becoming too cold, or something else – like drinking too much alcohol. Perhaps these events are the initial cause of the problem, and the pattern of the illness is unnecessarily perpetuated by the subconscious, sending off waves of neurological activity whenever it perceives a threat thereafter. Your theory is as good as mine!
If you are suffering a single bout of cystitis, you have to consider environmental causes, but if you are having repeated attacks, then it could be Neurological wave Syndrome.
‘Detrusor instability’ is a name for neuralgia of the bladder wall. The ‘detrusor muscle’ is a muscle in the bladder wall. The condition could also be called ‘interstitial cystitis’, or just bladder cystitis. These are just many terms for the same thing – bladder irritability.
The problem with so many of these terms is that the diagnosis is often the end of the line for medical treatment. The medical specialist is unable to do anything about it, and the patient forms the opinion that it is a physical deformity; a permanent, unavoidable condition.
Well, perhaps that is true, but now you have Resolution Magic, so you can see just how much you can change that ‘incurable’ problem!
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disclaimer: results may vary. Please consult your GP – Resolution Magic can work along-side regular medicine.
Disclaimer: The book does not, and cannot, provide individual medical advice, but rather is for general informational purposes only. My advice is not intended to be a substitute for individualized medical advice, diagnosis or treatment by a qualified professional who is aware of your medical history and has had an opportunity to examine you.