Prostate Fix-Up 2, Prostatitis Solutions

Prostate Fix-Up 2, Prostatitis Solutions

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Prostate concerns part two.

Prostate Fix-Up 2, Prostatitis Solutions

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Prostatitis is becoming more frequent in men. The main difference between BPH and prostatitis is that the latter often incurs pain.

Acute prostatitis can be quickly resolved. Chronic is much more of a problem due to what remains unknown. Some famous urologists have even written books admitting they do not know what is going on or how to treat it.

Meanwhile, antibiotics are shotgun prescribed, without even testing done to determine that the problem is bacterial, or not, in nature. PLEASE understand that I am NOT for the use of antibiotics, EXCEPT FOR as a last resort. There are plenty of other alternatives that are far healthier to try first. I reference them here simply to help educate.

What happens when you treat a yeast/fungal condition with antibiotics? You FEED it of course, making it worse.

Heavy metal toxicity: Believe it or not, one man has claimed "total symptom relief" from his prostate problems within a short time after having all of his mercury amalgam fillings removed. Not hard to believe…oral infections or toxicities readily travel to other parts of the body, sometimes with even fatal results. The dentists of our future will be "whole body" dentists paying strict attention to what is going into our mouths.

I suggest the use of zeolite WITH the edta because although the edta will be great at dislodging the heavy metals, the zeolite can then GRAB the metals and escort them safely out of the body…instead of potentially latching on in other parts of the body possibly causing even more problems.

There is a more "mechanical" theory regarding prostatitis involving the muscles of the pelvic floor. It's believed that a constant and involuntary tension, a "headache in the pelvis" as one book title refers to it, is what men are dealing with.

But if we have a pathogen in that part of our bodies, with pain associated, won't the pelvis naturally "clench" in an effort to protect itself?

I bounced around a bit on topics here between inflammation vs infections, but since we always have inflammation in conjunction with infections, they got tied in.

If you are not interested in using the "Pro-State" massager as suggested in the first video for BPH or inflammatory concerns, then you can consider epilobium over the pharmaceutical prescriptions pushed on men via TV ads (rhymes with "Mlow-Flax"). If you take this drug, you will not be able to pee, in all likelyhood, once you STOP taking it. I've witnessed this with a friend.

In my opinion, the massage via the Pro-State massager or manual massage by a qualified practitioner are not optional if you are dealing with painful prostatitis, and are often helpful with any/all prostate issues.

Thanks for watching, hope my info is helpful to any man suffering from these conditions.

Jule 2013 update to my prostate playlist covering the oxalate issue:

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Prostate Fix-Up 2, Prostatitis Solutions

Prostate concerns part two.

Free Online Guide: http://maintenancemotions.com/chronic-prostatitis-help/

Prostatitis is becoming more frequent in men. The main difference between BPH and prostatitis is that the latter often incurs pain.

Acute prostatitis can be quickly resolved. Chronic is much more of a problem due to what remains unknown. Some famous urologists have even written books admitting they do not know what is going on or how to treat it.

Meanwhile, antibiotics are shotgun prescribed, without even testing done to determine that the problem is bacterial, or not, in nature. PLEASE understand that I am NOT for the use of antibiotics, EXCEPT FOR as a last resort. There are plenty of other alternatives that are far healthier to try first. I reference them here simply to help educate.

What happens when you treat a yeast/fungal condition with antibiotics? You FEED it of course, making it worse.

Heavy metal toxicity: Believe it or not, one man has claimed "total symptom relief" from his prostate problems within a short time after having all of his mercury amalgam fillings removed. Not hard to believe...oral infections or toxicities readily travel to other parts of the body, sometimes with even fatal results. The dentists of our future will be "whole body" dentists paying strict attention to what is going into our mouths.

I suggest the use of zeolite WITH the edta because although the edta will be great at dislodging the heavy metals, the zeolite can then GRAB the metals and escort them safely out of the body...instead of potentially latching on in other parts of the body possibly causing even more problems.

There is a more "mechanical" theory regarding prostatitis involving the muscles of the pelvic floor. It's believed that a constant and involuntary tension, a "headache in the pelvis" as one book title refers to it, is what men are dealing with.

But if we have a pathogen in that part of our bodies, with pain associated, won't the pelvis naturally "clench" in an effort to protect itself?

I bounced around a bit on topics here between inflammation vs infections, but since we always have inflammation in conjunction with infections, they got tied in.

If you are not interested in using the "Pro-State" massager as suggested in the first video for BPH or inflammatory concerns, then you can consider epilobium over the pharmaceutical prescriptions pushed on men via TV ads (rhymes with "Mlow-Flax"). If you take this drug, you will not be able to pee, in all likelyhood, once you STOP taking it. I've witnessed this with a friend.

In my opinion, the massage via the Pro-State massager or manual massage by a qualified practitioner are not optional if you are dealing with painful prostatitis, and are often helpful with any/all prostate issues.

Thanks for watching, hope my info is helpful to any man suffering from these conditions.

http://www.facelessfatloss.com

Jule 2013 update to my prostate playlist covering the oxalate issue:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJr96a2pLfc



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17 thoughts on “Prostate Fix-Up 2, Prostatitis Solutions

  1. Please contact me privately and I’d be happy to give you more info; it may
    not be appropriate to actually list products here for youtube’s sake, but
    privately I can give you everything you need.

  2. I have been suffering from Chronic Prostatitis for about 15 years. I used
    to masturbate frequently several times a day. I always have a dull pain in
    groin, lower abdomen and lower back. When I have sex the pain flares up
    really bad and I end up getting fever too. When I have these flare ups my
    doctor tells me the prostate looks fine and prescribes Cipro. Will this
    work prostatis caused by masturbation ? Please help !

  3. @dang007 Your doctor is making the assumption that you have a bacterial
    infection, when you may not, esp after 15 years. Cipro will not only
    destroy a great deal of your healtlhy intestinal flora, but can have other
    severe side effects, I believe one of which relates to joint destruction.
    Get off the Cipro and contact me privately and I’ll explain what I and
    other men have used with much better results and of which are far safer.

  4. Do you think that if you loose a lot of excess weight will start to
    improve/boost the immune system and therefore fight of chronic
    non-bacterial prostatits? I have that prostatitis for 5-6 years and i’m
    tired of it,so this past year i lost 11Kg(last month 5-6Kg)so i hope i’m on
    the right track ,cause i tried almost everything. Tnx for listening :)

  5. @dang007 Have you ever tried broccoli therapy, suggested by prof dr.
    Ibrahim Adnan Saracoglu? (you can google it) Its natural, whitout any side
    effects and but can be very effective in some cases. You can also google
    transperineal injection therapies which are very popular. I hope these
    help, my friend.

  6. @alperselvi The broccoli therapy can also be done with Brocco Sprouts, and
    yes, some men to have success with this and it’s certainly worth giving a
    go. The taste is even enjoyable if you like broccoli. Re injections:
    popular in China where they combine herbs with powerful antibiotics that
    are available in the states. I am not a fan of this, as I don’t believe the
    AB’s are actually working, which is why the injections often need to be
    repeated. I believe the success is due to other factors.

  7. Research about Pelvic Myoneuropathy It’s NOT a INFECTION!!!! It’s muscular,
    they are chronically contracted! Antibiotics will do no good.

  8. @snakeeater80 The book “Headache in the Pelvis” covers this idea. “Yes,” it
    *can* be the cause, but what research often bears out is that it is true in
    only a certain small percentage of cases. Because it’s speculated that the
    cause of discomfort can be fungal (which antibiotics would *feed*),
    nanobacterial, or a stealth pathogen of some sort, an infection can *cause*
    chronic tightening of the region to begin with. Once the correct
    anti-pathogen is found, the cure usually comes.

  9. @facelessfatloss Research actually shows that even after prostatectomy the
    pain persists and the prostate gland doesn’t show any trace of infection.
    Any chronic infection is easy to prove, a blood test would show elevated
    rates of leucocytes, all these theory about nonbacteria and virus are
    anecdotals. If it was true it’d happen with other organs as well.

  10. @snakeeater80 Please be careful in choosing your words. I would’ve said
    “Research ALSO shows…” as compared to “actually.” And in that regard, you
    are correct that pain *can* persist after removals (but does not ALWAYS).
    Men *have* experienced pain relief with removals. I disagree that white
    blood cell count “easily” proves ALL infections. & the consequences can and
    do happen with other organs. To use the nanobacteria example, we have organ
    calcification, arterial plaque, kidney stones…

  11. @facelessfatloss You’re using pseudoscience to explain a lot of things,
    sorry I’ll not continue this discuss. I just hope you are not trying to
    sell things to these people because this is a horrible condition and it
    doesn’t have anything to do with infection! Any semen culture would rule
    out a fungal or bacterial infection! Virus infection does shows elevated
    leucocytes!

  12. @snakeeater80 I would much rather you continue for the sake of educating
    the sufferers of this condition, rather than throw what most would consider
    an insult my way regarding “pseudoscience,” especially since I was a
    long-term victim of this disease who endured extreme pain (the “second
    worst case” my urologist ever saw) and cured myself…very
    specifically…by using an alternative **anti-pathogen**. (CONTINUED)…

  13. @facelessfatloss (TO CONTINUE)…..This, after being through orthodox
    medicine to the tune of 7 different doctors including the urologist who
    simply made it worse. To make a blanket statement that “it doesn’t have
    anything to do with infection” is short-sighted and helps no one. 

  14. @papatoony Thank you for posting this comment. I welcome your story and am
    very sorry you have contended with this. There may be ways to counter some
    of what has happened and work your way back to health. I personally also
    used both of those AB’s and they did tremendous damage to me as well, but
    due to the nature of my efforts here in helping to educate, I am somewhat
    barred from telling people what you just did…and which I happen to agree
    with 100%. So a big “Thank you” for posting it. 

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