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Straight from the horse's mouth:

urinary urgency

             Diagnosed with IC in October, 2011, Ms. Asha Jadhav was not sure if her bladder will ever get back to normalcy. After hearing about Comfora, Ms. Asha saw a ray of hope. Being prescribed Comfora by her urologist, her bladder breathed a sigh of relief! Taking regular dosage of Comfora, Ms Asha is now back to her normal activities. She neither has pelvic pain nor feels the desire to urinate frequently or urgently. “I now go out to meet my friends without any hesitation or embarrassment only thanks to Comfora”, said a jubilant Ms. Asha Jadhav, a resident of Yavatmal, Maharashtra

  Just like Ms. Asha, many other patients have been relieved from the pain of Interstitial Cystitis. The active product in Comfora, Pentosan Polysulfate Sodium, works on the Glycosaminoglycan layer and helps it heel.

   Interstitial Cystitis is a condition that though cannot be cured, but can be treated to keep the immense pain and urgent urination at bay.

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