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Time2be
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Time2be

Well known member, Female, from Denmark

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  • My Story

    I need support to stick to the principles of TMS/MBS! I read some of the success stories about pelvic pain/bladder pain and I also read some of the last posts. So encouraging and helpful! My problem is pelvic pain, to be more precise, bladder and urethra pain. Doctors told me for years that this is all stress related and psychosomatic in nature. Now I had a different diagnosis. I have an embedded bladder infection and most probably a mast cell activation disorder. The bladder infection is treated with antibiotics. The mast cell activation disorder, however, I think is a sort of TMS. It’s the way stress makes inflammation in the body.
    So, there is not contradiction for me between TMS and this diagnosis.

    I need support to stick to the TMS approach. I feel quite alone with this.
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  • My Story

    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    Denmark
    Occupation:
    University teacher
    Diagnoses:
    Chronic pelvic pain
    I need support to stick to the principles of TMS/MBS! I read some of the success stories about pelvic pain/bladder pain and I also read some of the last posts. So encouraging and helpful! My problem is pelvic pain, to be more precise, bladder and urethra pain. Doctors told me for years that this is all stress related and psychosomatic in nature. Now I had a different diagnosis. I have an embedded bladder infection and most probably a mast cell activation disorder. The bladder infection is treated with antibiotics. The mast cell activation disorder, however, I think is a sort of TMS. It’s the way stress makes inflammation in the body.
    So, there is not contradiction for me between TMS and this diagnosis.

    I need support to stick to the TMS approach. I feel quite alone with this.

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    It’s a bumpy road, sometimes I am doing great, sometimes not so. But I don’t give up!