I had hoped the particular ailment remain a bit private for obvious reasons. If someone is to think on my hoo- ha, I prefer they think pleasant thoughts. I can see it's too late.@Madri-Gal - with respect - you've had one form of treatment, and it didn't agree with you. Thats unfortunate. As the old saying goes - the best thing about banging your head against a wall is stopping. I'm glad you decided to stop a treatment that didn't work for you. Fortunately it works very well for many conditions. I've never tried it as a bladder med. I use it for joint pain and to reduce swelling and inflammation.
I'm going to stop posting on this topic. If anyone would like to learn more about how to use this safe and non-toxic compound please send a PM and I'm happy to help.
Or download this book to get started on your own research.
PS - @momofthegoons - a new thread might be useful, but in this instance we're talking specifically about gout, and how to deal with it, before being derailed by someone's sense of smell during a non-gout treatment.
Folks, please, Madri-gal hoo-ha = pleasant. Thank you.