Ozone Bladder Insufflation

What is Ozone Bladder Insufflation?

Bladder Ozone is the application of Medical Ozone into the urethra and bladder.

What are the Indications for Bladder Ozone?

Interstitial Cystitis
Chronic Bladder Infections
Chronic Prostatitis
Post Surgical or Post Chemo Bladder Problems
Chronic Urethral Infections
Fungal (yeast) infections affecting the urethra and bladder
Urge Incontinence

How is Bladder Ozone performed?

After wiping the opening of the urethra with an antiseptic, a small bladder catheter is inserted into the bladder through the urethra. Then a small amount of procaine and a homeopathic anti-inflammatory is administered.  After 5 to 10 minutes, about 60cc’s of medical grade ozone (two ounces) is administered through the tube.  The patient refrains from voiding for the next ½ hour.

Is Bladder Ozone painful?

Patients usually report that the procedure is painless.

Can I receive other oxidative therapies on the same day?


What is the frequency of the treatment?  How many will I need?

The frequency of the treatment varies from daily to several times per week.  The number depends on the severity of the problem, age, and other health problems.

Bio-Oxidative Therapies Offered at MWA:

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