The use of OTC supplements and neutraceuticals are suggested in Step One of the AUA Treatment Guidelines for Interstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome. Why? OTC supplements generally have fewer potential side effects than the traditional medications listed in Step Two of the Guidelines. Better yet, they are more affordable for patients on a limited budget. IC patient William S. is one of many patients who have shared that it works well for him. He recently wrote "I was going every 15 minutes 24 hours a day. I couldn't get any rest. CystoProtek has worked for me and I've been taking it for years. I can eat or drink anything now. When I've tried stopping it, my symptoms reappeared so I came right back to it. I also have no more bladder pressure or burning." 

SUMMER SHIPPING - CystoProtek is a HEAT sensitive and difficult to ship during HOT weather. It will melt if left in a hot mail box for ANY period of time. We are now shipping this product with a cold pack to protect it when the temperature is predicted over 81 dregrees farenhight in our area. It is your responibility to make sure that it is not exposed to extended heat at your location. We would PREFER to ship this to a PO Box or place of employment where it will be kept in an air conditioned environment.
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