Started D-Mannose yesterday. Pain and frequency so much better but dip stick now shows leukocytes when none showed up before and nitrites, it is the D-Mannose pushing them out into the urine. Never seen leukocytes until my first dose of D Mannose. Feel so much better though after just two doses but confused by presence of leukocytes now.
Where do you get the dip stick and what are they called?
Posted in Coronary Artery Disease
Coronary artery disease refers to the damage of the arteries supplying the myocardium. Inflammation together with plaque formation in the lumen of the arteries are the two entities that are most commonly responsible for the development of the disease. If left untreated it can progress to angina, myocardial infarction or dyspnea. Lifestyle interventions and exercise are the cornerstone of preventing coronary artery disease.